Tuesday, May 03, 2011

On our way home...

We stopped at Camp 18 for lunch. It is a restaurant and logging museum, dedicated to the history of logging in Oregon. It is one of those very touristy places that you have to love for the kitsch alone, though the food was only very average. We enjoyed the ambiance of elk antler chandeliers and big slices of huge trees used as tabletops and old logging equipment and, oh my!—the chainsaw art!

Beth grew up on the coast and has a special fondness for loggers!


  1. Oh I LOVE camp 18!!! Clearly I need to go to the coast soon. A day at the beach would be fun. Sometimes it's nice to just leave city limits.

  2. What about all the bird feeders, the puzzle games at each table and is the mastadon still on the other side of the creek down below? It is a bit of a funky spot.

  3. Anonymous5:28 PM

    I have always been interested in their equipment (tee hee)

  4. I live up in Longview and "Camp 18" is always a fun place to go. We spent a few days at Seaside earlier this week, always fun.