KELSEY AND PAUL

Kelsey is standing on the shoe of the legendary gaint lumberjack of the U.S. frontier, Paul Bunyan. A symbol of strength and vitality, he is credited with creating Puget Sound, digging the Grand Canyon, and building the Black Hills. He was also known for his prodigious appetite, eating hotcakes off a griddle so large it was greased by men using sides of bacon as skates. Tales of his exploits probably originated in lumber camps, and were first published by James MacGillivray in “The Round River Drive” (1910), which soon led to a national myth.