In the spirit of the Star, three tramp clowns have come together to set up their own private paradise, a secluded campsite with enough roasted squirrel to go around.
Three tramp clowns sit around a campfire, where one clown is roasting a squirrel on a spit.
The clown with the squirrel, on the left side of the card, is licking his chops. The clown in the middle leans back on a pack with his hat tipped over his eyes, sleeping with bubbles rising from his mouth. The clown on the right side of the card plays a harmonic.
Behind the clowns, there is a red and white checkered tent. There is a river in the foreground and tall pine trees in the background.
The seven batons are in the picture as follows. Three red, yellow, and blue logs support the fire. The squirrel is roasting on two batons. Another baton holds up the tent, and the last baton is stuck upright in the ground behind the harmonica player.