A Gazebo, At Honeyman State Park, Lane County, Oregon, As A Campsite Place

A Gazebo
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A gazebo was built alongside the lake. Because it was legal to keep some caught fish, the gazebo was built so that folks could clean and cook their fish right there by the lakeside. Of course, the gazebo was also available to anyone that needed a sheltered place to picnic.


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Wood Hole
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A ventilated iron door covered a hole into which wood could be burned. The burning wood heated a cooking surface above.


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Soot Hole
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A lower iron door provided access to the trash soot left over from burning wood above. The door had been left ajar and was showing signs of rust.


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Sink With Hose Faucet
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A porcelain sink was set into a wooden counter of the Gazebo. A hose faucet supplied water so that fish could be cleaned so that food could be prepared.


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The Ceiling
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The ceiling inside the Gazebo was created using stout logs and tightly fitted wooden boards.


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The Garbage Can
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A raccoon-proof and bear-proof garbage can was available for Gazebo use. It specifically banned household garbage. Its sign said, "Deposit Garbage Here, Home Garbage Prohibited."


A Gazebo external link   •  At Honeyman State Park external link   •  Lane County, Oregon external link   •  As A Campsite Place external link   •  (Date Photographed: 12:03:45 Wednesday 17 July 2019)   •  (Date Published: Sunday 18 August 2019)   •  © 2019 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C19_3528
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