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Sappho

Once a Bloedel-Donovan logging camp. By the 1940s, nondescript cottages, lined one against the other in a vast expanse of logged-off lands, and provided a startling contrast to the clean immensity of their mountain surroundings and to the swift rush of the Soleduck River, which flowed at their doorsteps.

Not much remains in Sappho, save the logging operations of Rayonier and access to the Tumbling Rapids Recreation Area at nearby Lake Pleasant.