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[travel|photos] Collier Logging Museum - Lakeshore
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Jay Lake
Date: 2013-10-20 07:35
Subject: [travel|photos] Collier Logging Museum
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Tags:cool, culture, history, oregon, photos, radiantlisa, steampunk
One of the other places Lisa Costello and I visited during during our trip to Klamath Falls was the Collier Memorial State Park and Logging Museum. That's an equipment graveyard from the last century and a half of Oregon logging, home now to derelict wagons, tractors, trucks and railroad equipment, and about ten zillion chipmunks.

It was a lot of fun to walk through. Especially if you're all about old steam equipment. And the only place I've seen so much equipment together like this is Camp 18, which is not curated, just there. Also very cool, but with a somewhat different vibe. And fewer chipmunks.

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As usual, more at the Flickr sets here and here.

Photos © 2013, Joseph E. Lake, Jr. and Lisa Costello.

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martianmooncrab
User: martianmooncrab
Date: 2013-10-20 17:57 (UTC)
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I was expecting lots more cute chipmunk pics...
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Jay Lake
User: jaylake
Date: 2013-10-20 19:04 (UTC)
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They didn't like being approached... I did try.
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martianmooncrab
User: martianmooncrab
Date: 2013-10-21 01:07 (UTC)
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you didnt cover yourself in popcorn, potato chips, peanuts and other fun foods.. grin.
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Kevin Standlee: Kevin and Lisa
User: kevin_standlee
Date: 2013-10-20 20:54 (UTC)
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Keyword:Kevin and Lisa
I like the Collier Museum. Lisa and I stop there for a few minutes at least every time we drive to and from Oregon (which is much less often than we used to do). It seems like they've added new stuff almost every time we stop there.
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