April 29, 1952: "Harry Williams of the Windy Knob lookout visited Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Turner Monday." (The Daily Chronicle)
May 22, 1952: "Harvey Turner of Offut Lake stopped at the Turners. His plans are to locate on the Windy Knob lookout." (The Daily Chronicle)
June 14, 1952: "Harry Williams is now located on Windy Knob. He says he would enjoy having company, provided they let him know in advance so he could have lunch ready." (The Daily Chronicle)
National Geodetic Survey
DESIGNATION - WINDY KNOB PID - SC1553 STATE/COUNTY- WA/LEWIS COUNTRY - US USGS QUAD - BERNIER CREEK (1993)
DESCRIBED BY COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 1947 (WRH) THE STATION IS ON A LOGGED OFF RIDGE THAT IS COVERED WITH BRUSH, STUMPS, AND A FEW SCATTERED TREES, THAT LIES JUST WEST OF THE SNOQUALAMIE NATIONAL FOREST BOUNDARY, 12 MILES NORTHWEST OF THE TOWN OF MOSSYROCK, AND ABOUT 18 MILES EAST SOUTHEAST OF THE TOWN OF ELBE.
THE STATION MARK, STAMPED WINDY KNOB 1946, IS A STANDARD BRONZE STATION MARK DISK THAT IS BRAZED TO THE TOP OF A 3 INCH IRON PIPE WHICH IS EMBEDDED IN THE GROUND AND PROJECTS FROM THE GROUND ABOUT 6 INCHES.