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. Heeding the warning “don’t air your dirty laundry”, only clean … Continue reading Logging camps: Trucks, Clothes Line, Pulley, and Patents

From The Logging Camps (5)

This continues the scrapbook Dad made for me about Port Renfrew, BC entitled “Forest Regeneration”.  (ca 1939-1940). 1      Earlier posts described our family life in this remote spot on Vancouver Island as was topical on Dad's pages one and two. This is from page 2 and begins the discussion of  camp operations and … Continue reading From The Logging Camps (5)