January & February Projects – Camp Fire Central Puget Sound
Americorps NCCC Team Bluno left Camp Sealth at the end of January to head back to Sacramento and start a new project. These pictures show the rest of the projects they worked on during their spike at Sealth.

This is a shelter from one of the two new campsites – NCCC built this shelter with help from the maintenance staff. The campsite is located near the former “Primitive” campsite, not far from Uncle Wig’s cabin. The second campsite is very close by, and looks over the bluff towards the Olympics. Both campsites will need to be named before we use them this summer.

The picture on the right is the newly reconstructed boardwalk through the wetlands – it replaces the old wood walkway that comes out behind the Milky Way cabins. No more muddy feet on the way to Lower Archery!

Although we don’t have pictures to post, the other projects that have been done over the winter (by NCCC and other service groups) include:

  • New screens on all the Bluberry Hill cabins
  • Trailwork on YVC and Sylvan trails