A great way to spend a day learning about the history of the region and how difficult it was to carve out a life in this wilderness. Facinating collection of vehicles, boats and tools. We loved walking thru the private train car and imagining what it would have been like to experience traveling that way. Reading from a farm womens diary almost brought tears to my eyes - how did people do it? The hard working salt of the earth to the extremely wealthy all loved these mountains and the difference in their lives and experiences is shown thur these exhibits. Buildings are nicely spaced throughout the property, and the views are lovely. Lots of things to keep the kids busy including feeding fish and taking a ride in a canoe. The exhibit on the lumber trade was very interesting. We spent over 4 hours wandering thur the buildings and exhibits, and still did not get to see everything! Will be back to continue the journey.
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