BOY SCOUT CAMP
Bill Rankin, Michael Foote, 2000–2001, updated 2008
Making a new map for a Boy Scout camp was a relatively straightfoward exercise, but I took the liberty to add a few labels for places that previously had no name. A clearing where a friend once found some honey becomes "Bee Valley," and an unused building near the maintenance barn becomes the "Old Bunkhouse." Camp counselors say that what had previously been empty areas of the map are now destinations for hikes and the subject of ghost stories.