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Sunday, September 7, 2014

Some More Pictures from the Collier Logging Museum in Chiloquin, OR

Cary and I will be heading out tomorrow to explore the Columbia River Gorge and attend another fun reunion with his former co-workers.  I'm so excited about beginning our travels, and taking lots of pictures.  We are taking the laptop, so I hope to be doing a few blog posts along the way.

In the meantime, here are some more photos of the logging museum from the 4th of July weekend this summer.  I have enough for one more post about the cookhouse exhibit, but I will save those for another time.  Here is the link for the Pioneer Village post.


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Linda Reeder said...

That old yellow chain saw looks like the one my dad used to use when he was a logger in the western slopes of the Cascades in Oregon.

Sally said...

Lovely photos, you've captured the feel of the place beautifully. Have a good trip.

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Kathy,

What a great post. I enjoy seeing the old photos of the hardworking men from that era. I grew up in California and would visit the Calaveras Big Trees. The trees are massive.

Thanks for taking the time to stop over and visit!


Little Nell said...

Those olde time blacksmiths were everywhere! Nearly every ‘heritage museum’ or recreated village in UK has one :) What would they have done without them?

Anonymous said...

What a photo essay you will have, Kathy! You just keep getting better and better.

Are you heading into California at all? Near San Francisco? My sister-in-law is there on business for an extended stay, and she's a bona fide DOLL. How cool would it be if the two of you could meet?! You could hug each other for me! lol

Anonymous said...

Hi Kathy,
It's all so big: the trees and machines. I’ve never seen such things here. Thank you for showing.
Hugs, Prenter.

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