The Lee's Ferry area is very historic and scenic. This photo is of an old rancher's home at a place called Cliff Dwellers.
You may have heard that Lee's Ferry is named after John D. Lee who provided rafting services across the Colorado River in 1872. Livestock and equipment and supplies were transported across the Colorado River.
Lee's wife called the area a lonely dell and the name stuck. It was called the Lonely Dell Ranch and there are various structures still remaining from that time period.
John D. Lee was executed in 1877 for his part in the Mountain Meadows Massacre, which occurred in 1857. His nineteenth wife, Emma Lee, continued the ferry operations after his death.
This would have been tough living in such a remote area in the 1800s.