The Logging Road by Dave Rowe
The woods of Maine are home to many forgotten roads and paths made by lumberjacks dragging trees to mills. These roads were the economic backbone to the state in those early days and around them sprouted towns. As the lumber industry has centralized and industrialized, the towns have shrunk, dwindled, and faded and those old logging roads are little more than scarcely-passable trails. This is their story.