Our 2022 Dean of the Woods award went to Lon Wall, posthumously, for his significant contributions to the hobby and our logging interest group in general. We wish he could have been with us to accept the award but alas, that was not to be.
The 2022 event is not even a week old and already we’re working on some changes for 2023. We don’t have a specific range of things we need, or want, to modify but during our debrief chats we’re always looking for ways to improve. It’s always possible to tweak some of the details that goContinue reading “2023 PMLC… Changes?”
After much arduous searching and cross checking, we have a date for the 2023 event! It’s March 11, back closer to where we always were before. The date is, as far as we know, free and clear of any other local RR events, as well as being at least a week ahead of the firstContinue reading “March 11, 2023”
The 2022 edition of the Pacific Model Loggers’ Congress is in the books. We had a small crowd, as expected during this tumultuous “re-opening the country” time of history, but our attendees seemed enthusiastic and the model contest, while small in numbers, had its usual array of terrific quality entries. Our event heart and soul,Continue reading “2022 PMLC In The Books”
Hoping this makes it to the “News” part of our website, still learning this whole WordPress thing. And being darn slow about it. One week from today we’ll be gathering at Camp 18 for the event. We’ve had excellent response from quite a few pending attendees and that’s a welcome development. Our projects are mostlyContinue reading “One week to go”
With just about three weeks to go our preparations are moving forward full speed. All’s well so far, including the small details like finishing the model contest paperwork. It’s going to be fun!
We’re moving ahead with plans for the event as well as refining some Covid-related aspects our attendees may want to know about. We won’t be doing food service in the room, but coffee, soda, meals and the legendary Camp 18 sweet rolls will be available upstairs in the restaurant. Although the Covid-related mask requirement willContinue reading “March 6 update”
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Yosemite National Park in California spans roughly 750,000 acres. It has been a UNSECO World Heritage Site since 1984. The images above are displayed in a Jetpack Tiled Gallery block. The gallery block is contained within a Group block. The Group block is set to full width and has a dark background.