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  • Please WAIT! Then SCROLL DOWN for Gina and Scott at Sugar Camp.   [ Are you in this picture? ]
    CLICK HERE for Page 3: Toy Camera photos with Rugrats at Sugar Camp. CLICK HERE for Page 2: Exploring Fourpeaks Camps and Beauty Spots. Gina and Scott at Sugar Camp.
    On Spring break for a week in April from Pittsfield MA, they rest, paint, hike and bike, exploring Fourpeaks backcountry camps and beauty spots. Their photo record is 3 pages long. CLICK & GO!  (On this page.)  Page 1: Sugar Camp, Mountain tops and the AuSable River.   Guest Book Entry.  What they had to say about it.   "Hidden rock cairn and buying the right flour."   An Email Exchange.   More about their Fourpeaks visit.   (On additional pages.)  Page 2: Exploring Fourpeaks Camps and Beauty Spots.  Page 3: Toy Camera photos with Rugrats at Sugar Camp.
    Sugar Camp and Wainwright Mtn.
    Sugar Camp apple orchard and Ebenezer Mtn.
    Sugar Camp and old cellar.
    Parlor stove.
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    Guest Book Entry:
    Subject: Thank you!!
    Date: Mon, 6 Aug 2001 21:23:18 -0400
    From: "Gina & Scott" <*****>
    Hi Martin and Louise,
    Just a quick note to say thank you for the stay at Sugar Camp this past weekend. It really was too short, but we knew that coming in....[still got to bake biscuits though...and they came out the best they ever have, plus that grape nut jam was really tasty].
    Anyway, Tramp barked and we knocked Sunday ~ 11:15, but no answer, so we just hit the road.
    Sorry we missed time maybe we'll get to share a bottle of wine.
    'Til then, take care.
    Gina and Scott

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    Dining table.
    Privy (outhouse) with reading material.
    New Camp, Gypsy Camp and Clements Mtn.
    Ebenezer and Rattlesnake from The Lookout.
    Whiteface Mtn from The Lookout.
    Wainwright rock cairn and Whiteface Mtn.
    1829 Stone House and AuSable River flats.
    AuSable River from Fourpeaks River Walk.
    Gina rests from tour biking AuSable River.
    Scott, Louise and Martin.
    Louise and Martin, AuSable River.

    "Hidden rock cairn and buying the right flour." An Email Exchange.

    Subject: Re: Thank you!!
    Date: Thu, 09 Aug 2001 16:04:58 -0400
    From: MartinAndLouise
    Organization: Fourpeaks--Adirondack Backcountry Camps
    To: Gina & Scott <*****>
    Gina & Scott--
    Sorry we missed you.
    Biscuits were good? I like the new flour I've been using--the cheapest and most unbleached ever. Really has texture. It's the house brand from our new supermarket that took over when Grand Union flopped--Tops Friendly Stores. Try it if there's a store near you or stock up when you visit again.
    That you should do when it's quieter. Then we'll have time for the wine.
    Best wishes,

    From: Martin
    Sent: Sunday, October 28, 2001 5:40 PM
    Dear Gina and Scott,    Re: Your Fourpeaks visit 10/05/01 to Wolf's Nest
    Hey! I finally got your Sugar Camp webpage done. They're old but good. Hope you like. Please look at the cairn pic and tell me if it's right--
    P.S. Thanks for the helpful chat. It's a new life!

    Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2001 00:06:49 -0500
    From: "Gina & Scott"
    Hi Martin,
    Wow, you really do work hard on that website! We loved the page[s] from our Sugar Camp visit....
    We did tell you that when we went hiking during our visit in October we found the rock cairn basically intact [even after last winter in the elements] didn't we?
    Anyway, as the world gets seemingly crazier its nice to know a place exists that we can go to [even if only in our mind's eye] where it is peaceful. Please take good care.
    We'll stay in touch.
    Gina and Scott
    PS I thought I felt spirits around me while doing Taiji....didn't know they were rugrats! :)

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