We purchased the rockery in 2003 and are still in the process of restoring the outdoor museum. We thought it would be a 10 year project. There's simply no end in sight. Part of the charm of being here is watching the eagles soaring. Local legend has it that Eaglemount got it's name because eagles nested here. We have our own private state approved class A TNC water system. Our future plan is to excavate Scotty's Mine. We have been told by the previous owner that a golden egg was placed in the mine before it caved in. Eaglemount Rockery is host to a GEO CACHE site which is set up by Pappa Bear " Discovery Bay Rocks ". You can find the details at:
The origin of this totem pole came about after the Wolfer family went totem pole shopping and found out how much it would cost to purchase one. Daughter Phyllis decided to carve one herself. All totem poles tell a story. Stop in and read the story of Eaglemount Rockeries totem pole, restored in 2005.
OUR LATEST PROJECT APRIL 2009 We erected a cross made from a cedar tree we cut the year before not far from where the cross stands now. The cross is 30' tall and 17' across. It overlooks a beautiful body of water and is beside State Highway 20 for all to see. May all who see it be more blessed than they already are.
Below is a 54 New Yorker in front of our cottage from the same era.
A perfect match
For a perfect era.
Washington State Relief Map
scale is 1" per foot
Restoring this map in the summer of 2010 we spent over 130 hours. Which was no time at all considering the Wolfer family spent 5 years to design and build it. Until we are proven differently we claim it is the largest Washington State relief map of it's kind.