August 7, 1941: "At 3:44 P.M. the lookout on High Heaven ridge sighted a splotch of dark gray in the haze below. He located it near a traveled road. Mid-August, the roadside grass tender dry, a live cigarette tossed from a car, and now smoke. The lookout remembered... It was five years later (1938) when the lookout on High Heaven ridge spotted the roadside smoke. As he telephoned the Forest Grove district headquarters of the Northwest Fire Association, he shivered despite the heat. This might be another such disaster. Conditions were about the same. Unless luck was good..." (Lake County Examiner)
1952: The materials for a 40-foot CT-3 tower and lookout cab purchased at a cost of $2098.80.
1953: A 40-foot timber tower with a 14x14 cab completed at a cost of $5594.98.
1956: Two window sashes destroyed by vandals were replaced and the garbage pit was relocated. Also the same year a new Civil Defense Communications building was constructed at a cost of $502.60 for labor only.
1998: The lookout removed.
The NGS Data Sheet
DESCRIBED BY NATIONAL GEODETIC SURVEY 1972 (LDF) THE STATION IS ABOUT 8 MILES NORTHWEST OF MC MINNVILLE, 8 MILES SOUTHWEST OF YAMHILL AND ON THE TOP OF WHAT IS KNOWN AS HIGH HEAVEN HILL.
THE POINT INTERSECTED IS THE CENTER OF THE TOP OF A STATE FOREST SERVICE LOOKOUT TOWER, SUPPORTED BY FOUR WOODEN LEGS ABOUT 70 FEET HIGH.
TO REACH THE STATION FROM THE INTERSECTION OF NORTH BAKER STREET AND 3RD STREET IN MC MINNVILLE, GO NORTH ON NORTH BAKER STREET FOR 1.0 MILE TO BAKER CREEK ROAD. TURN LEFT AND GO WEST ON BAKER CREEK ROAD FOR 2.85 MILES TO A SIDE ROAD ON THE LEFT, TURN LEFT AND GO SOUTH AND WESTERLY FOR 1.6 MILES TO A FORK. KEEP THE RIGHT FORK AND GO WESTERLY FOR 3.7 MILES TO A GATE ON THE RIGHT, TURN RIGHT, PASSING THROUGH THE GATE AND GO NORTHEAST ON BLADED ROAD FOR 0.6 MILE TO TOP OF HILL AND THE STATION.
A TRAVERSE WAS MADE FROM TRIANGULATION STATION HEAVEN TO THE CENTER OF THE LOOKOUT TOWER, THE DISTANCE BEING 13.842 METERS OR 45.43 FEET.