Sunday, December 27, 2009
From the Past
I was looking a old photos today and these came up. I remember the trips to Halfway Log Dump well. We spent many weekends here. This was at a time when the park was open to the public for camping. It is now a National Park. There is now a fee (honour system) that is collected at the front entrance.
In the days that camping was allowed, it was a good and bad thing because some people didn't respect the cleanliness of the park and littered and broke beer bottles. There was a lot of trees being destroyed for bedding as well as for burning.
We visited this area this year with our guests from Hungary and it brought back some very fond memories.
I'd be guessing that the year is 1978 or 79. Based on the way that I look.