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For any of the loggers that worked in Wakeman Sound in the early 70's

Discussion in 'Gone But Not Forgotten' started by Janice Lang, May 21, 2018.

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  1. Janice Lang

    Janice Lang New Member

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    Hi there, My dad's name was Gordie Lang aka (Trapper). We lived in Wakeman Sound logging camp in the early to mid 70's. I remember the smell of the cook shack (yummy) and the trailer that we lived in just up from the water. I also remember the Crummy crew trucks, Grizzly Bears at the dump and humpy-salmon swimming up the river. Great childhood memories. Anyways, My dad has passed away and I wondered if anyone out there was in Wakeman during the time he was working there? or if by some miracle, someone might have a pic of Dad or even the camp back then? Thanks, Janice :)
     
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    Welcome to HEF Janice !
    Your post will not get many, if any reply's because this forum is for comments / notifications of our deceased members.
    Hopefully one of the mods will move this thread to the Forestry Operations Forum and delete my reply.
     
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