Family elders on my father's side (King). - itsaboutnature.net
This is the Old Camp, as they called it, just about in 1945.

This is the Old Camp, as they called it, just about in 1945.

If I was ever at this camp I was much too young to know that I had been there. UPDATE: Another image in this gallery shows me as a tiny tot at this very location. I was born in '48 and it was then that they bought the "New Camp" (a hand-hewn log cabin) in Salem, Maine. It was at the log cabin that I spent a lot of my youth. My family was always in the woods. And when they went in those early days, they hauled me along, often on a sled.

That's Grammy cooking outdoors. Again, notice the Willlys Jeep in the background. I am sure that is Mount Abraham in the far background. That would be from the Kingfield side because that is where the Old Camp was.