Tahquamenon Logging Museum

The quiet before the storm... Pete Anderson fired up the stove and got things ready!

The line starts forming early in the morning on Sunday!
Wait a minute! Isn't he supposed to be cooking potatoes?

Sunday afternoon on the bandstand!

Handsewn items for sale!

Kaye and Karl Nurmi of Yankiwi with their homemade soaps, bug spray and more!

Art Center Graphics/Baconwood Box Company shows off custom embroidery, T-shirts and woodcarvings.


Behind the scenes for the Lumberjack Breakfast.

It takes quite a crew of dedicated individuals to make this all happen!

Don cooking potatoes on Saturday under the watchful eye of Thelma who was cooking eggs.

Don Kimbler frying Bacon on Saturday morning!

Couldn't leave Dan out! He worked very hard on Saturday!

A special thanks to Dennis who must have washed a million dishes
over the two days of Lumberjack Breakfasts!

Located 1 mile North of Newberry on M-123
Museum open 7 days a week from 10 am to 5 pm through October 4th.
Phone at the museum 906-293-3700 or evenings at 906-293-5777