Frontier Logging Comes to Life at the Pine River 150th Anniversary Celebration

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It was great fun to venture into the world of skit writing for the Pine River Variety Show on July 7th and 8th. Tamarack Down, Boys takes place in a bunkhouse at a frontier logging camp along the Pine River.  The actors, of course, make or break a skit, and the cast did an excellent job. At a coffee party to celebrate the performance, Yuma asked me if I recognized any lines from the original script. He admitted to forgetting most of his part. Hey, the improvisions were great. Let’s do it again sometime.

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