Mertie West and Forrest and Agnes Whitaker stand in their campsite at Rock Creek. Mrs. West has her foot up on a rock and her hand to her mouth. Mrs. Whitaker holds a stick. Mr. Whitaker has a hand on his hip and a hand on his leg. He wears a hat and glasses. In the foreground, there are rocks and pots and pans, as well as a box. In the background, there are chairs, boxes, and tables, as well as trees.
Photograph, from left to right, of Ed Saxton, Agnes Whitaker, Forrest Whitaker and Mertie West standing in a semi-circle at the center of a dirt road. Ed stands in profile with his hands on his hips and looks off towards the right. Agnes Whitaker (partially visible) stands behind him and looks towards the right as well. Forrest Whitaker stands facing center with his arms crossed. Mertie looks towards the left with her hands behind her back. The dirt road extends towards the center behind Forrest. A car parked in the background can be seen between Agnes and Forrest. A structure (partially visible) stands in the background directly behind Forrest and a flagpole rises behind him as well. The group is surrounded by greenery.
Mertie West and Forrest and Agnes Whitaker sit at their campsite at Rock Creek. There is a tent behind them. There are rocks in the foreground, as well as pots and pans. At the right, there are boxes on a table.
Edith Shaw was H. H. West's niece. Forrest Whitaker was West's brother-in-law and Agnes was Whitaker's wife. They are in their temporary camping kitchen at Convict Lake. There are clothes hanging on a line in the background and two pots in the foreground.