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The exceptions to this rule are those pages created as labors of love such as this and my other page for another little known place - Jackson Falls.
It was here that I began my church camping experience in and attended every year till when I was a counselor. I was surprised to find pictures of both my father and myself on their Memory Lane page!
I then began a fruitless Web search for information about another special place of my youth - Camp Michaux. Finding nothing online in was the inspiration for creating this page. I first saw this region of Pennsylvania in the s as a grade schooler attending Wilson College for women in Chambersburg.
It was there that I taught myself the art of canoeing while they were attending classes. Induring a brief interlude between high school, my first job and collegeI was invited to return again as an ex-officio delegate with no responsibilities other than to make friends and take pictures.
Color prints were expensive so I was saving money by shooting color slide film. Very few people were into slides back then, so mine may be some of the few that exist. If you would like to see all my old slides as full screen images, I would be delighted to send them on a CD along with the current pictures from the camp walks and other documents about the camp.
Then as now, the Appalachian Trail AT passes through the camp and it was here that I first hiked on it in I still recall fond memories of these mountains and the friendships they once nurtured. In May ofI returned to the camp for a Cumberland Co.
Historical Walking Tour of the camp. Much of this page is based on the information gathered on that walk. I have converted a Site Survey Summery Sheet from a hazardous waste site clean up document that gives a detailed history of the POW camp.
I just could not stay away and returned again for the walk. It rained the day before and by the end of the walk we were all cold and wet! But I did get a lot of detailed pictures with my new digital camera which I will be glad to share with you on a CD.
In June,my wife and I traveled to Europe. His captain was also interned in the US but he did not know where The camp director, Rev.
Bruce Druckenmiller, assisted me in taking digital photographs of the paintings which are displayed below. At the visitors center, they have an extensive display celebrating the history of the CCC camps in Pennsylvania.
In June ofI attended the first "reunion" of former staff and campers and was able to make copies of their extensive collection of photographs which are available on my CD. We also met with Lisa John, a park ranger, who has an interesting collection of pictures and is planning a brochure and interpretive walking trail if the forest service will give her permission.
November was cool and damp but when the leaves have fallen is the best time to see the camp so I had to go back for yet another camp walk and finally found the remains of Vesper Hill! I had briefly looked at their Web site but did not study it in depth until I was contacted by their new archivist.
The place seemed like an interesting place to visit and there is speculation that several of the highest priority POWs from Camp Pine Grove might have been housed there but no evidence to support the claim.
It appears that it was still in private hands during the war. The front porch of the mansion offers a spectacular view of the Cumberland Valley. For some strange reason, I drove four hours in the rain to attend the camp walk. The rain stopped as we entered the camp ground and the sun came out for the afternoon walk.
It seemed as though every walker had a different interest in the camp. Several complained that it took too much ink to print out this page before they came!
Let me know if I can publish your name and e-mail address. Thanks to all the people who have found this page and have e-mailed me pictures and information from their collections.
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