Part of the day yesterday continued to be cool and overcast. Much as we were anxious to explore the nearby scenic rivers and gorges, we decided to wait for a sunny day. When the sun did come out the day was already half gone so we decided to tour the small town of Camas. The town is named after the camas lily. However, what dominates this town is the presence of something which I would not put together with the pure whiteness of a lily. I am referring to the presence of the Georgia Pacific paper mill located on the western edge of Camas. I could have taken a picture of its sign which is surrounded by flowering spring plants, but I chose instead to take a picture of its smoke stacks. The mill is quite large and has a very imposing presence in the town. And is not the only one owned by Georgia Pacific. It has other mills located through out the states.