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Boomscooter Pond

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

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Boomscooter Pond is a shallow pond at the north end of Stub Stewart State Park. When the area was being cut, it was used to store logs.

A "boomscooter" is a small boat used to push floating logs at a booming ground, a body of water where logs are kept until taken to the sawmill.

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