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    E***** and Tanya at New Camp
    Winter 2000 E***** and Tanya at New Camp to enjoy the snow, the quiet and warming up by the fire. They posed for my first digital pitcures with a toy camera I got for Christmas with fun cartoon capabilities. They loved it and came back in September for a Fall Foiliage visit. CLICK & GO!  (On this page.)   Winter photo portraits at the Stone House and New Camp.   E***** and Tanya's Guest Book Entry   More about E***** and Tanya.  (An Email Exchange.)  
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    E***** and Tanya
    E***** and Tanya
    Tanya
    E*****
    E***** and Tanya
    Guest Book Entry:
    Subject: Re: Hope this letter finds you well. We know it's late.
    Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2000 22:14:07 -0400
    From: E***** e*****@*****.com
    Organization: ******* *******, Inc.
    To: fourpeaks@whiteface.net

    Thank you, everything was great! We loved it and will most likely return at some point. Maybe in the summer. We hope that no 2 month ahead reservations are going to be needed :)

    As soon as we scan in the pictures that we have, we'll make sure to send them to you.

    E***** and Tanya
    North *******, NJ, March 2000.


    [E***** and Tanya return for another visit to New Camp in September 2000.]

    E***** and Tanya

    More about E***** and Tanya. (An Email Exchange.)

    Date: Sat, 05 May 2007 08:13:55 -0700
    From: e******@*********.net
    To: martin@4peaks.com
    Your_City_or_Province_or_Country: Boston, MA
    Hi Martin,
    My name is E******, I stayed at New Camp two times a number of years back.
    Back then I was married to Tanya, but we have since gotten divorced. You still have a picture of us on the web as well as a short feedback we left at your website.
    Would you mind removing them?
    The URL of the picture/feedback page is as follows:
    http://www.4peaks.com/fgst0145.htm
    Please feel free to either email me or call me if you have any questions.
    Thank you,  E******

    Subject: I was married to Tanya, but we have since gotten divorced.
    Date: Sun, 6 May 2007 07:26:27 -0400 (EDT)
    From: "Martin (Your Adirondack Guide)"
    To: e******@*********.net
    E*****-- Sorry to hear about your broken marriage. Couple relationships
    are life-sustaining practices, common in much of the animal
    world. I hope you make another such arrangement soon and that it
    will be a happy and long-lasting one. My last wife kicked me out
    after 30 years of marriage and I have no hard feelings as it was good
    while it lasted. I hope to find another lady soon. It's not much fun
    living alone.
    I spoke to my web designer and he can't delete the page altogether.
    It's against some internet rule. I'm not sure. But he says he will
    remove your name, address and photo from the page. This will
    leave no trace of you and your failed marriage on the Fourpeaks
    webpage. He says he will get this done in the next week or so and
    I will email you to confirm it.
    Best wishes,  Martin
    Subject: Re: I was married to Tanya, but we have since gotten divorced.
    Date: Sun, 06 May 2007 09:44:23 -0400
    From: e******@*********.net
    To: "Martin (Your Adirondack Guide)"
    Hi Martin,
    Thank you very much for you quick action on the matter! I will be
    looking forward for your confirmation.
    Sincerely,  E******
    Subject: Re: I was married to Tanya, but we have since gotten divorced.
    Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2007 21:06:35 -0400
    From: e******@*********.net
    To: e******@*********.net
    To: "Martin (Your Adirondack Guide)"
    Hi Martin,
    I was browsing around and found that my picture and address are still on
    the FourPeaks website. I was wondering if perhaps the webpage address
    got messed up in my previous emails? If it is the case, here is the URL
    that I found the pictures at:
    http://www.4peaks.com/fgst0145.htm 
    I'd appreciate if you (or the site's webmaster) can remove the pictures
    and the record with Tanya and me visiting the Camps. If you have any
    questions, please feel free to either email me back or call my cell
    (***-***-****).
    Thank you very much, E******
    Subject: I was browsing around and found that my picture and address are still on the FourPeaks website.
    Date: Sat, 16 Jun 2007 10:30:44 -0400 (EDT)
    From: "Martin (Your Adirondack Guide)"
    To: e******@*********.net
    E*****--
    I spoke to my webguy again. The page is fixed.
    Your name, address and photo have been removed without
    a trace. Sorry about the delay.
    Best wishes, Martin
    PS It takes time for the correction to "propagate" and
    you may have to "refresh" your browser to see the censored
    version.

    Subject: Re: I was browsing around and found that my picture and address are still on the FourPeaks website.
    Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2007 22:49:15 -0400
    From: e******@*********.net
    To: "Martin (Your Adirondack Guide)"
    Hi Martin,
    I apologize for bothering you again with the same problem, but it's been
    a while and the changes have not propagated to Google. I have submitted
    a request for them to remove the page from their index about three weeks
    ago, but that request was not fulfilled. The page currently shows up as
    a top link for my name (when you put "E*** *****" into Google). The
    page that comes up does not contain either my face or name, but for
    someone who is looking for my name specifically it's easy to discern
    what's going on on this page.
    So I was wondering if you can assist me since webmasters and site owners
    have much more of a say in this matter than us, "regular" folks. Google
    has a suite of webpages called "Webmaster tools" that are meant to
    assist webmasters in managing content of their websites that Google
    saved. There is a tool there that allows site owner/webmaster to remove
    pages from Google index. The URL for the tool suite is as follows:
    https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/siteoverview?hl=en
    Could you please ask your webguy to submit a request for Google to
    remove the page from their index? The reason for that should be the
    fact that my name is no longer on there, thus when one searches for my
    name, the page should not come up.
    Thank you very much! As usual, please feel free to either email me or
    call my cell (***-***-****) if you have any questions.
    -- E**** *****

    Subject: Re: I was browsing around and found that my picture and address are still on the FourPeaks website.
    Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2007 19:39:21 -0400 (EDT)
    From: "Martin (Your Adirondack Guide)"
    To: e******@*********.net
    E*****-- Yes. We found a solution. The page in question will be removed
    from all search engine directories the next time the (robot) spiders
    show up.
    I had my webguy list the page in our robots.txt page which prevents them
    from listing certain pages--a web protocol.
    I don't know how often the Google spider reads pages, but I will recheck and let you know.
    Best wishes, Martin

    Subject: Re: I was browsing around and found that my picture and address are still on the FourPeaks website.
    Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2007 21:57:59 -0400
    From: e******@*********.net
    To: "Martin (Your Adirondack Guide)"
    Hi Martin,
    Thank you very much for your help. I really appreciate it!
    E***** *****

    Footnote Footnote, Sept 19, 2009.
    Two years later to the day, revising colors on the guest book pages. I came across "E***** and Tanya at New Camp" again. Not having heard from E**** in all that time I figured the robot.txt block worked. I'm taking down the "UNDER CONSTRUCTION" page I put up (in some confusion, at one point in the exchange with E**** ) and am now putting the "E***** and Tanya at New Camp" page up again, fixed of course, as before, not to disclose identities.
    I've been renting the camps now for 12 years, and I get to learn a bit about guests who come back, sometimes every year. When they stop coming I wonder, What happened? There must be lots of reasons. More than once I learn the couple broke up. Sometimes, one comes back with a new "other half." I always hope that will happen.

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