Tuesday, October 25 at 9 a.m.
$40 per person ($35 KHM Members)
*Price includes meal.
Loggers in nineteenth century lumber camps were essential to the success of the camp operation. The camp cook played a key role in keeping the loggers in good spirits and fueled up for their arduous working days. The men had enormous appetites, consuming an average of 8000 calories a day in order to sustain themselves as they worked 10-hour+ shifts in rough terrain in the forests. We may not need quite that many calories on this October morning, but we hope you will join us for our own hearty lumberman’s breakfast in the dining room that dates back to 1869 at the rustic Seabeck Conference Center. Executive Director Chuck Kraining will share his extensive knowledge of this historic site and the lifestyle it offered when the Washington Mill Compnay, a thriving lumber mill and shipbuilding center had Seabeck humming in the late 1880’s.
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