When Loggers Become Bloggers – Forks, Washington
THE town of Forks, Wash., on the rain-drenched western side of the Olympic Peninsula, is a four-hour trip by road and ferry from Seattle. Billing itself as the “Logging Capital of the World,” it was a big-eating, hard-drinking town — one of many in the state that kept Seattle supplied with the timber on which the city’s early wealth was based.
By JONATHAN RABAN
Sorry, we couldn't find any posts. Please try a different search.