Blue Pine Lodge


Twin Peaks


There are many stories in Twin Peaks. Some of them are sad, some funny. Some of them are stories of madness, of violence. Some are ordinary. Yet they all have about them a sense of mystery. The mystery of life.

A lot of lodges in Twin Peaks. Well, at least three. The Blue Pine Lodge is the one Pete Martell vacates in order to go fishing, but accidentally discovers dead Laura Palmer wrapped in plastic on a beach. The other two main lodges are White and Black, though aren’t actually tangible, more part of Native American folklore in the Washington area.

Which nicely segues into what’s going on visually here. The Blue Pine Lodge is actually called the Kiana Lodge in real life and isn’t a set. You can really go there. In amongst all the standard wooden constructions and what-not, you can also find a totem pole. Though from what I can see, it’s really called a ‘story pole‘. I don’t really know the difference. What I do know is that the Native Americans don’t half love a pole.

So the head thing is just my favourite bit of that. I think it’s because it looks a little bit unsettling. And it’s not really Twin Peaks if it’s not unsettling, is it? Whether it’s the Lurch diatribe, backwards dwarf or, well, anything with Bob in it, there’s zero fun for all the family. Just the way I like it.

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