Following the pieces down the slope, came upon this piece with a latch.
Looks like the tailing edge from an aileron.
Another piece from the exhaust, still heading down slope.
The housing for the landing lights. This would have been mounted in the leading edge of the left wing.
Piece of aluminum with red paint. The CAP list has this plane as "White/Red letters; burnt".
This is the largest of the ten or so pieces that I found from the windows.
I just happened to look down and this camera caught my eye.
When I first saw it, the thought that maybe there's film that can be developed, but didn't take long to figure out that as badly damage by fire as it was, that there was no chance of any film remaining.
Another view. It always a strange feeling when I find personal items at crash sites. Placed the camera back just like I found it.
This view shows the bush with main wreckage from below as I hike back up the slope. The bush is the only thing that's keeping the wreckage from sliding down the slope.
Another view of the crash site.
Now back up the steep slope and the hike back to the truck.