June 18, 1942: "Visited this post on June 12, the observers were Mr. and Mrs. Percy Skaling. Improvements consist of a 14x14 Aladdin ground cabin, which is satisfactorily winterized. It is furnished with a good cook stove and a kerosene heating stove. The wood show is poor but it is expected that an emergency F.F. crew can cut the winter's supply readily. The 14x20 garage has already been floored. The walls and ceiling are to be sealed and a heavy tar paper covering put on the floor. Two large windows are to be put on the leeward side for better lighting. A shed roof can be attached at the end of the garage for storing a car, and a wood shed is needed. The road to the station is nearly all graveled but two mud holes near the top should be graveled this summer to permit winter travel to the post. This is a job that could very readily be done with and emergency F.F. crew and no AWS expenditure should be involved. The post overlooks Tongue Point airport and is an important station for reporting planes in the vicinity of the mouth of the Columbia." (Inspection Report from W.N. Parke, AWS Inspector, to James Frankland, USFS)
1942: AWS construction consisted of a 14x18 woodshed and a 12x14 room built onto garage for sleeping quarters.
1954: Materials purchased for a replacement tower.
1955: A 14x14 Amort cabin on a 50-foot CT3 tower was constructed for a total cost of $6946.75.
1956: Shutters, catwalk and railings were painted.