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Museum Cleanup Started

Almost six months after the Butte Forest fire the museum cleanup started last Wednesday, March 2, 2016.  Below are several photos that show the progress made until last Friday.

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Museum Cleanup Started Museum Cleanup Started
Museum Cleanup Started Museum Cleanup Started
Museum Cleanup Started Museum Cleanup Started
Museum Cleanup Started Museum Cleanup Started
Museum Cleanup Started Museum Cleanup Started
Museum Cleanup Started Museum Cleanup Started
Museum Cleanup Started Museum Cleanup Started
Museum Cleanup Started Museum Cleanup Started
Museum Cleanup Started Museum Cleanup Started
Museum Cleanup Started Museum Cleanup Started
Museum Cleanup Started Museum Cleanup Started
















 

3 Responses to Museum Cleanup Started

  • I very happy to see that you are making progress and seem to be in surprisingly good spirits. My wife and I took some pictures of the installers truck being moved in the first pictures while it was still in Pennsylvania to help the JKL team decide if it could make the trip.

    I was fortunate enough to spend some time at the Museum a few times and hope that opportunity arises again. Wayne, we were talking years ago about having a switchers working session and that may be an even better idea once you get to the point where lots of installation work is needed.

    Good luck team JKL !!!

  • Seeing all this debris…
    “Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,/ And stoop and build ’em up with worn-out tools:” [Kipling, “If”]

    Thank God you are alive to be there and have the chance to bebuild/renew. I have nothing to contribute but encouragement at this time, but I’m rooting for you all the way! All the Best, Shir-El {Eilat, Israel}

    PS I do have some old Israeli Public Telephone tokens if you are interested; if you are I’ll mail them. Like this one but in better condition:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/ISRAEL-Telephone-token-BEZEQ-/400864984325

  • What a Tragedy…Sharon and I are looking at the photos and cannot believe the structure that housed a beautiful collection of historical items are no longer there. I would hope that someone could set up a page where all the past visitors can upload photos from their visit(s) to the JKL museum.

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