All those people in the old postcard are surrounding a big cedar stump in Sedro Woolley, Washington.
Long ago there were some mighty big trees growing out of the fertile soil of the Skagit Valley. But, they are ancient history now.
Since it is almost the 4th of July that means it is almost Loggerodeo time in Sedro Woolley. The 76th Sedro Woolley Loggerodeo starts up June 30 and ends July 4 with a big fireworks show at Riverfront Park.
The Loggerodeo Grand Parade starts up at 11am.
If you have yourself a big beard you might want to enter the Loggerodeo Beard Contest. I have no idea what constitutes a winning beard, but I do know that the judges are the Wild Women of Woolley.
You can find all you could possibly want to know about the Loggerodeo at the Sedro Woolley Loggerodeo website.