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    Dandelion in Seed from Apples & Dandelion. Our Changing Seasons.
    (12 Photo Galleries at Fourpeaks)

    Our changing seasons. The passing moods of the natural community in the timeline of new life, reseeding and decay. Trees, flowers and other individuals.  Images that give you the feel of our Adirondacks and how to find it on your own.
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    Sugar Camp: Bloodroot & Trillium. New Camp: Corydalis & Blue Eye Lilacs and Old Houses: Weathered clapboard farmhouse on Vermont's Lake Champlain Islands.
    Peru Orchard: Apples & Dandelion. AuSable Pine Barrens: Pine & Popple. Beaver Pond: Fall Foliage. Giant Mtn. Trailhead: Abandoned Saw Mill AuSable River Roadside Tavern Site: Compass Daisy
    AuSable River Flats: Elm, Cottonwood, Field Grass. Beaver Swamp: Pine, Popple, Red Alder. AuSable River Farm Field: Milkweed & Straw AuSable River: Spring Thaw.
    "The Sag" at Stonehouse Road: Marigolds & Apple.
    Sugar Camp: Bloodroot & Trillium.
    New Camp: Corydalis & Blue Eye.
    At Gypsy Camp, Sugar Camp and on our country roads nearby: Lilacs and Old Houses.
    Peru Orchard: Apples & Dandelion.
    AuSable Pine Barrens: Pine & Popple.
    Beaver Pond: Fall Foliage.
    Giant Mtn. Trailhead: Abandoned Saw Mill.
    AuSable River Roadside Tavern Site: Compass Daisy.
    AuSable River Flats: Elm, Cottonwood, Field Grass.
    Beaver Swamp: Pine, Popple, Red Alder.
    AuSable River Farm Field: Milkweed & Straw.
    AuSable River: Spring Thaw.

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    Are you in this picture? Fourpeaks hosts now welcome paying guests to a 700-acre rest and playground for vacations in the Adirondack Great Camp tradition. Couples appreciate Fourpeaks secluded settings. Outdoor loving families have fun exploring our accessible wilderness. Folks with dogs enjoy the open spaces to run their pets. A private nature rereat. For a vacation away from it all.    Are you in this picture?  CLICK HERE to find out!    [More about this at Frequently Asked Questions.]

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