The Ti-Jurabi-Chubi site is just a nice calming place to take a travel-coffee-mug walk to or check out if your climbing plans turn because of say weather. Make the turnoff at Hwy#1 as for Rafter Six Ranch and at the Stop sign, go straight and park in the gravel lot. Walk the old road which parallels the powerlines, passing an abandoned antique in the ditch – an entire section of a fire hydrant. Once the road hooks left under the larger lines running up the hillside (also another way to access the Bonzai Boulders) take an old road east through the meadow passing a minor green boulder. The site is a few minutes ahead from here and appears like a fence. Expect 20 minutes walk each way.
Something very similiar can be seen out west on the field as you drive into Sibbald Lake Campground.
Technically this wonderful piece of history is just off the land boundary of the Stoney Reserve but you can still see it via a very long walk from Rafter Six Ranch, or, by travelling north down the river from Canoe Meadows.