These gents seem to be to be taking pleasure in a tenting vacation in the woods, though I wouldn&#8217t say they are roughing it. It seems like they have plenty of big canvas tents for absolutely everyone to have their very own.  They have a flag to mark their territory, a Victrola set up to crank the tunes, and even though I don&#8217t see direct proof other visuals in this album (George Thomson family members) would counsel there was some pre-prohibition period alcoholic beverages onsite.

As we&#8217ve observed a few of occasions just before they have named their campsite.  &#8220The Imp Inn&#8221 indication lists Shorty, Scoop, Boob and Dutch, who I&#8217ll guess are the four lined up less than the sign.

Circa 1912.

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