September 17, 1954: "The Saddle Mountain lookout of the Blackfoot Forest Protective Association, located northeast of Drummond, was closed last week, after being open for over two months. Mrs. Arthur Ahlin maintained the lookout this year." (The Philipsburg Mail)
July 8, 1956: "The Saddle Mountain Lookout station operated by the Blackfoot Forest Protection Assn. was opened July 5 and is maintained by a father and son team, Arthur Ahlin and Chester Ahlin, taking turns as chief fire warden and lookout maintainers in this district." (Montana Standard)
July 14, 1957: "The Saddle Mountain Lookout station, northeast of here, operated by the Blackfoot Forest Protective Assn. was opened last Monday. It will be maintained by a father and son team again this year, Arthur and Chester Ahlin. They will take turns as chief fire warden and lookout maintainer." (Montana Standard)
July 7, 1961: "Due to the extremely dry season, the Saddle Mountain lookout of the Blackfoot Forest Protective association was opened the last week in June. Mrs. Arthur Ahlin is stationed at the lookout. Arthur Ahlin is the BFPA fire warden in this vicinity." (The Philipsburg Mail)
July , 1962: "The Saddle Mountain Lookout was opened Thursday as were other lookouts in this vicinity. Mrs. Arthur Ahlin will maintain the Saddle Mountain station which is under the supervision of the Blackfoot Forest Protective Association." (The Montana Standard-Post)
July 18, 1965: "The Saddle Mountain Lookout was opened this week. It is a Blackfoot Forest Protective Lookout and is being manned this year by Mrs. June Parks of Ovando." (Montana Standard-Post)
July 6, 1978: "A husband and wife team are manning Saddle Mountain lookout this season. Larry and Laurie Starscevich are residents of California and students at the University of Montana." (The Philipsburg Mail)
September 28, 1978: "All the State Forestry lookouts in the area have been closed for the season. Larry and Lori Starskevich, who manned Saddle Mountain for this summer, have returned to Missoula where they are students at the University of Montana." (The Philipsburg Mail)
July 15, 1982: "Paul and Jean Jacobson, Deer Lodge, are manning Saddle Mountain Lookout again this summer." (The Philipsbug Mail)
National Geodetic Survey
DESIGNATION - SADDLE PID - RX0972 STATE/COUNTY- MT/POWELL COUNTRY - US USGS QUAD - LIMESTONE RIDGE (1989)
TO REACH FROM THE POST OFFICE AT DRUMMOND, GO E. ON U.S. HIGHWAY 10 FOR 1.9 MI., TURN LEFT, AS PER THE SIGN READING HELMVILLE, AND GO NORTHERLY FOR 5.1 MI., TURN RIGHT, PASS THROUGH A POLE GATE, AND GO E. AND S. TOWARD SADDLE MOUNTAIN LOOKOUT, FOR 1.8 MI., TAKE THE LEFT HAND 'FORK AND GO E. AND S. FOR 0.8 MI., PASS THROUGH A POLE GATE AND CONTINUE SE. FOR 1.2 MI., PASS THROUGH A POLE GATE AND GO NE. AND E., UP GRADE, FOR 2.0 MI., BEAR TOWARD THE RIGHT AND GO SE., ACROSS A GRASSY MEADOW, FOR 0.3 MI. TO A LOW SADDLE, BEAR TOWARD THE RIGHT AND FOLLOW THE DIM TRACK RD., UP THROUGH THE TIMBER, FOR 0.45 MI. TO THE SUMMIT OF A ROCKY KNOLL, CONTINUE SE., DOWN GRADE, FOR 0.1 MI. TO A LOW SADDLE, CONTINUE SE. FOR 0.4 MI. TO THE HIGH GROUND AND THE STATION.
STATION MARK--USC AND GS BRONZE DISK STAMPED---SADDLE 1934---.