Begs a question we likely don’t want answered, doesn’t it?
Saw this while wandering gold rush country in the Sierra Foothills.
I won’t get into the environmental consequences of logging in this area-just hoping folks will appreciate the photo for the stories it shares
Please, PLEASE do click to keep enlarging this photo. The pulleys and hand cranks and other details are amazing. The tub on the left says “Troy” Laundry… [HSU Special Collection/Palmquist/Yale Collection]
102 F ST – CAFÉ WATERFRONT Originally: THE WAVE SALOON/THE WEAVER BLDG. (1st & F St) Style: Eastlake Built: 1892 This building remains substantially unaltered from its original design. Originally the Wave Saloon, a gathering place for fishermen, stevedores and later on, loggers. “The Bluebird Rooms” (a brothel) were on the second floor. [Humboldt County Convention & Visitors Bureau]