The things that happened in this room (then and now)This is the old rathskeller bar (its now our camp store pull, pack & ship room). Theres still a trap door in the ceiling of this room with a rickety staircase that leads down here. (You can kinda see in back right corner of this pic)During prohibition, Patrons could sneak down here to play the nickel slots, poker and get a drink from Annie – the Madame who also managed the working girls she housed in what is now the bunkhouse. (In 1942, Annie was sent to prison for what she did in this room)This space is pretty much the same as it was back then.It still doesnt have a store front.Or business hours.We dont have a proper bartender or a shopkeep.Walk-ins are still not welcome.(You need a personal invitation, just like folks did during prohibition)But today if you happen to be staying here in one of our cabins as a guest, knock twice. Most days were down here making old things new again. Well be happy to tell you the stories behind all of our little old school souvenirs.We just wrapped a shoot with our friend @samerphotography – hes helping us tell the story of all these little tourist mementos we stock this room with. (A sneak peek here)