Coming into Chamiss Bay on a sunny day.
The view of the Chamiss Bay camp from the crew boat. Chamiss Bay is credited as the historic site of the development of the "Gibson raft," a means for securely towing log booms from remote camps through the turbulent waters off Vancouver Island's west coast. At the time of taking this photograph, Interfor's Ryan Ricard was mulling over a new challenge at Chamiss Bay: the logistics of load logs onto deep water ships for transport across the Pacific.
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