It was around this point in the internship that we really got a lot of progress achieved on the Feature Exhibit. The Forestry Department showed up in a major way, donating all sorts of things for the exhibit. We got so much Smokey the Bear memorabilia ranging from comic books, to board games, to action figures, even a life size Smokey sitting on a log. At this point I did the bulk of my sign cutting and fortunately for me, it was revolutionized by the T square. Such a simple tool made cutting signs far quicker and easier with only minor amounts of judgement from my boss. In addition to cutting signs, this is when I learned the most about how to turn an empty room into a full blown tour of the Salem Fire and Forestry departments. The way the exhibit ended up getting set was to separate the room in half at the entrance and guide people through two lanes each devoted to one of the two departments. We got to work focusing on hanging sings and laying out where everything needed to be before cleaning up and putting on the finishing touches. This is where I learned another interesting thing about the signs in museums and how they need to be placed. When we were hanging up signs I put up a row on a wall to go with some pictures that I put up earlier. Unfortunately for me I had to rehang all of the signs due to one fatal error. I hung my signs too high up on the wall. The height at which a sign gets placed on a wall is just one of the small details that go into making a museum exhibit as good as it possibly can be so taking every single detail into account is a valuable skill in the museum.