1932: A five mile telephone line to be constructed to Fuzztail Butte.
June 22, 1932: "Fuzztail butte, in the Fort Rock district, near Swamp Wells, has been designated by the Deschutes national forest as a fireman-lookout station and will be manned in the near future by Arthur Estes." (The Bend Bulletin)
1934: The carpentry crew from the CCC camp at Odell Lake completed the construction of a garage in September.
August 26, 1939: " Horse Ridge was the scene of a mile-long fire of undetermined origin which broke out at noon today. Located by the Fuzztail Butte lookout, the timber blaze was discovered just east of this station and bordering a railroad right-of-way. At mid afternoon the fire was running to the north-east and out of the forest, but a high wind aided it in spreading rapidly. Thirty-eight CCC men from Elk Lake and Pringle Falls were attaching from the west edge of the fire and were gaining control slowly." (Bend Bulletin)