I'm just finishing up my section about Cass Hite living his last years in a cabin in Ticaboo Canyon. One of my sources (Cass Hite: The Life of an Old Prospector by James Knipmeyer) mentions that the NPS attached a buoy to his grave to mark the spot. Another source (Glen Canyon and the San Juan Country) mentions that the buoy was blown away in a severe storm, but this is all I can seem to find about it. That book was published in 1999, so it must have been before then. When I went there last year, I couldn't seem to find any trace of the cabin or the buoy. Has anyone here seen the buoy in Ticaboo Canyon? or does anyone have any other leads I could follow?