If you would like to learn more about the Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930s, a part of FDR’s New Deal, be sure to visit the Museum at Guernsey State Park. Originally constructed as a museum to give the public information about the CCC, the workmanship is an honest testimony to the skills and hard labor of this amazing team. Hand-hewn timbers, locally-quarried stone, and beautifully detailed iron-work are evident throughout the small museum.  I found the structure itself, and the quality of the workmanship, much more fascinating than the “geological” exhibit inside.