|Tide was out!|
|This place was for sale!|
Only $595,000 or so, as I recall!
Unfortunately, there is a camping site on its left,
and the Crofton pulp mill on the other side.
|Can you see the eagle?!|
|Pick on someone your own size!|
|See the Crofton mill pulp in the background?|
|We walked along the pier|
"Remnants of cars of molten slag from the smelting process at the Henry Croft Smelter, which operated from 1902 - 1908." It is amazing how much wealth, in terms of natural resources, that the white colonists extracted from this land. From the lumber barons to those who built the railroads and those who benefitted from investments in Crown Land. Many have made a fortune from manufacturing, in ensuing years from Fordism (standardized products; assembly lines and definitive tasks) and Taylorism (machine and worker efficiency in the name of profits; which has resulted is outsourcing and overseas exploitation of cheap labour).