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Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site of Canada

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A Mountain Equipment Co-op staff member helps a young camper set up his tent. A Mountain Equipment Co-op staff member helps a young camper set up his tent.
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A Mountain Equipment Co-op staff member helps a young camper set up his tent.  
One of the families participating in “Learn to Camp” gets some help setting up their tent from a Mountain Equipment Co-op staff member.  
A family of new campers set their tent up at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site during the “Learn to Camp” weekend.  
Progress is made as a group of new campers get their tents set up at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site.   
New campers of all ages “pitch” in to help get their tents set up.  
A young camper helps pound pegs for his family’s tent at “Learn to Camp.”   
Manitoba Field Unit Superintendent Marilyn Peckett welcomes press and participants to the “Learn to Camp” event at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site.  
Manitoba Field Unit Superintendent Marilyn Peckett (left) and James Bezan, Member of Parliament for Selkirk-Interlake (right) share a laugh as they welcome participants to the “Learn to Camp” event at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site.  
Manitoba Field Unit Superintendent Marilyn Peckett poses for a photo with a family learning to camp at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site.   
An interpreter from Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site explains to a youngster what tents are for.  
A youngster enjoys the wide open space at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site as other families set up tents at the “Learn to Camp.”  
Tents line the lawn at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site for the “Learn to Camp” event.