Logging camps: Trucks, Clothes Line, Pulley, and Patents

A previous post in “From the logging camps” shared a front view of a logging truck, circa 1943, in Port Renfrew at the Hemmingsen-Cameron operation. This is the same truck, side view, showing my big brother, myself, my father, and grandfather.1 And, something else. Logging truck with clothes line. Marilee Wein © 2018 Heeding the … Continue reading Logging camps: Trucks, Clothes Line, Pulley, and Patents

From the logging camps (3)

It is just too hard to leave Port Renfrew, so we will not tell of life in Corner Brook, NL, or the BC environs of Victoria, Port Alberni, Great Central Lake, or Nanaimo just yet.  Lake Cowichan, Chemainus and the Malahat shall equally wait.   By this time of his life, Grandad James Dickson, who … Continue reading From the logging camps (3)