Male Narrator: Hello kids! How bout a game of lumberjack lingo?
Boy 1: Lumberjacks had a lot of different words for different things.
Narrator: Question one: If you're a lumberjack,
Boy 2: Daylight in the swamp!
Narrator: And this cook serves you a plate of sweat pads for breakfast...
Woman 1: They're almost ready to come out.
Narrator: You're eating: A – Sausages, B – Toast, or C – Pancakes. And the answer is: C – Pancakes.
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Narrator: That's just some of the lumberjack lingo you'll already know when you head into the woods.
Man 1: Do you kids know anything about trees?
Narrator: To a 1900 logging camp at the Forest History Center.
Students: Heave, ho, heave.
Girl 1: You're learning and having fun at the same time.
Narrator: Get ready to use your muscles just like Minnesota's lumberjacks did.
Man 2: One, two, three! Oooh, good strong arm.
Man 3: Now I am the bull cook here in the camp.
Narrator: You'll meet their helpers.
Man 4: What do you think we feed the horses here in the logging camp?
Narrator: You'll pull some timber.
Boy 3: Giddy up! Giddy up! Giddy up! Giddy up!
Narrator: And you'll let loose...
Narrator: Just like lumberjacks. When all the day's hard work was done. We're looking forward to your visit. But before we go, one more round of lumberjack lingo! If you're enjoying a cup of swamp water...
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Are you drinking: A – Milk, B – Tea, or C – Root Beer?
Think about it, talk about it, and find out the answer, when you visit, The Forest History Center!