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During the early 1900's, logging camps boomed throughout the Douglas fir and hemlock forests of western Washington. A typical member of a large 250-500 man crew would actually consume meals which rivaled Paul Bunyan's tall tales. These abundant all-you-could-eat dinners consisted of fresh and smoked meats, seafood, stews, soups (split pea, of course), fresh produce, homemade breads and plenty of desserts. It is estimated that a hard-driven loggin' man burned 8,000 calories per day! Due to new technology and changing demand, these logging camps no longer exist in the lower 48 states. The last one, located in Grisdale, WA, closed in the early 1980's. However, the tall tales live on.
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