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  • Please WAIT! Then SCROLL DOWN for Cathy and Carl.   [ Are you in this picture? ]
    Carl, Ashley and Tommy on Lookout Trail (to Stonehouse Road) Cathy and Carl with Ashley Judd and Tommy Walker.  From Superior Township, Michigan they follow up their Honeymoon (last year) with a First Anniversary at Sugar Camp. Their two Bouvier de Flanders keep them company on the trail, where they visit The Lookout and Rattlesnake Knob for the fun of being out in the Adirondack backcountry on their own and for the views. CLICK & GO!  (On this page.)   Guest Book Entry.  "For anyone with a dog, this camp is heaven."  
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    Cathy resting (with Ashley and Tommy)
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    Ashley Judd
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    Tommy Walker
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    Cathy, Ashley and Tommy (LtoR).
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    Tommy, Carl and Ashley (LtoR)
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    Guest Book Entry:
    Dear Martin:
    Thanks to you and George for another wonderful vacation at Sugar
    Camp! We came here last year on our honeymoon and returned for
    our first anniversary. Our two Bouviers, Ashley and Tommy, were with
    us to be our guides.

    Last year we spent trying to get acquainted with 4 peaks; this year we
    returned determined to hike to as many sites as possible. We
    returned to Ridge Camp and tried to cross over to Rattlesnake Knob
    but turned back because we were worried about the dogs crossing the
    rocks. We tried again via Great Rock but turned back due to plain old
    exhaustion! We finally made it the following day by following Smith
    Road, which is the route we would recommend. The view from
    Rattlesnake Knob was stunning. Next year we plan to add Ebeneezer
    Point to our list.

    Lookout Trial was also a new hike for us this year; the view is well
    worth it. Make sure everyone goes up and down by separate routes
    like you showed us; both of them are challenging. The new signs are
    great; keep them going!

    For anyone with a dog, this camp is heaven. We were able to let
    Ashley and Tommy run for hours without bothering anyone. We would
    never be able to enjoy ourselves like this on a public trail. All anyone
    has to do is be careful with their dogs near the ledges.

    We plan to be back next year! We have burned a CD with some
    pictures of us and the kids; feel free to use them or this letter on your
    guest site.
    Cathy and Carl C******
    2*** LeForge
    Superior Township, MI 48198
    734 *** ****
    cc***@med.wayne.edu (Carl)
    cc****@aol.com (Cathy)
    PS: one of the caps to the water containers fell victim to Ashley;
    please let us know the replacement cost and we will send you a check.

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    Tommy and Ashley
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    Carl studying trail map.
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    Tommy at the privy.
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    Cathy set for hike to The Lookout
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    Carl on the road to The Lookout (Basset Mountain)
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    Cathy at first view on trail to The Lookout.
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    Ledge, lichen and weathered trees at first view.
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    Tommy and Ashley.
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    Clements Mountain and more.
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    Cathy at The Lookout.
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    Carl at The Lookout.
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    View from The Lookout (Camp Gate)
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    Cathy at The Lookout (view North)
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    AuSable River, The Glen (view West)
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    Lookout Trail (to Stonehouse Road)
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    Tommy finds a stream.
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    Tommy fetches boots.
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    Cathy at Great Rock.
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    Carl at Ridge Camp.
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    Map study (getting it right).
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    Rest stop at Ridge Camp.
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    Tommy and Ashley take a break at Ridge.
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    "What a hike!"
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    Carl at Hemlock Grove.
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    Tommy drinks up (at Hemlock Grove).
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    Whiteface Mtn (Rattlesnake Knob view west, )
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    The High Peaks, Ebenzer at left (view East)
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    Cathy at Rattlesnake with Tommy and Ashley.
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    Carl gets the view from Rattlesnake.
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    The rock cairn at Rattlesnake (view North).

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