from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The building used as kitchen and dining-room in a logging-camp.
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Over near the cook-camp a big fire commenced to crackle by the drying frames.
For sleeping quarters we were disposed in two vacant wooden shanties about two hundred yards apart and a somewhat greater distance from the cook-camp.
After supper the Rough Red went directly from the cook-camp to the men's camp.
He glared about through the dimness at his silent men, then stalked through the door into the cook-camp.
The camp consisted quite simply of three buildings, which might have been identified as a cook-camp, a sleeping-camp, and a stable.
Whenever she went to the cook-camp to deliver her orders she was surrounded by an attentive and respectful audience.