Was Skeleton Creek Real?

Our evening campfire program this past weekend was a great success! Lots of families on vacation, Skeleton Creek enthusiasts and some of our rascally locals came out. We enjoyed stories around the campfire, learned about the historical events that influenced the Skeleton Creek books, and of course: S’mores!

Post Ghost Story Roast!

After S’mores we did an impromptu tour of the Dredge and heard all sorts of strange noises: we might have angered Joe Bush by coming on his boat at night… The noises were really starting to grow in intensity so we hurried to get everyone off the boat and headed for home. The creepiest part was after the dredge was locked up for the night, as we were walking away the lights inside the dredge suddenly came on: there wasn’t a soul aboard.

If you missed out last weekend, come join us next time: on Saturday, August 20th at 7pm. See you then!

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2 Responses to Was Skeleton Creek Real?

  1. Mark Luker says:

    That was such a great program! The State Park Rangers, Miranda and Kevin, did an outstanding job of explaining the origins of fact and fiction surrounding the Skeleton Creek Book. They then surprised us with an after-hours tour of the Dredge. However, I don’t think Joe Bush was very happy that we invaded his space! 🙂 Check out the photo slideshow at: http://www.friendsofthedredge.com. Can’t wait to see what you guys have planned for this month’s program! (no pressure there! 🙂

  2. Miranda Krane says:

    It was a great campfire! And so surprising that Joe came out during the tour. I’ve never seen anything like it before!

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