5 things you didn’t know about the Camp Bunkhouse:No1:it is a museum of all orginal 1920’s congoleum, each room featuring diff patterns. (1st shot is Charlie a few years back in the top level)No2:it ran as a brothel during prohibition, hosted ‘inmates’ as they called the working girls. the ladies rented a room like a chair in a salon. with a parlor at the endNo3:it was covered in yellow aluminum siding (that we tore off to discover original green cedar shake shingles beneath)No4:it’s three levels hold 12 bedrooms, 2 kitchenettes, 4 bathrooms, 2 showers a large & small parlor No5:it sits on the water’s edge, and has the best views of the lake, which is why they picked it for most of the the original ‘Wandawega Resort’ advertising postcards back then (last shot)Our favorite part about the bunkhouse is that its a time capsule. Last shot from 1960s- (teenage Latvian girls hiding out on the backside fire escape probably talking about kissing boys and sneaking beer and ciggs)* photos by @sdamiani 1st pic by @bobcoscarelli