Scouting Outing at Point Defiance

Girl Scouts practice their outdoor cooking skills, roasting hot dogs over a campfire on June 27, 1939 during Day Camp held at the Point Defiance CCC Camp.The "Kapers" chart hanging from the tree behind them is a Girl Scout tradition and lists the chores each girl is responsible for during camp. The Scouts were using the deserted CCC campgrounds near Fort Nisqually as a site for camp for the first time.

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