An example of faith in your fellow mans bridge building abilities and skill, go ahead, I'll bring up the rear.
Curious where the Little White Salmon has water this still and area so flat, and logic would place the bridge at as narrow a place as possible.
Kenn on 27th May 2015 @ 7:24am
Wonder if it's a combination Dam & bridge to form a log pond, might explain calm water on the Little White Salmon
Jim Gray on 27th May 2015 @ 8:28am
Maybe mill pond? The wharf like structure in the foreground looks like it might be designed for dumping logs off into a pond.
Longshot on 27th May 2015 @ 9:39am
I wonder if these guys were covered by L&I?
Two years ago Arthur showed us a photo of the Chenowith Mill Pond with a link to an interesting description of the mill and the pond and the building of the flume that ran to the mouth of the Little White Salmon.
L.E. on 27th May 2015 @ 8:07pm
Horse count - is it 21 ?
Steve r on 28th May 2015 @ 5:46am
Might be a close up of some of these guys in this previous photo.
I counted 13 Teamsters.
That word Teamsters is how the "Teamsters Union" got started. In the early years of this country, they were a valuable part of moving goods.
L.E. on 28th May 2015 @ 7:05am
My take is that it is a mill pond judging fron the log skids on the lower portion of the photo also.
Bill Pattison on 1st June 2015 @ 7:22pm