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  • Please WAIT! Then SCROLL DOWN for Pam and Rich with Kids.   [ Are you in this picture? ]
    Pam and Rich with Kids. Frequent visitors since 2001, they bring Peter and new baby Marielle for a visit to Sugar Camp. They bring with them also sunny weather and enjoy the hikes and swimming.
    Pam is an accomplished photographer. Peter is learning fast. Photos by Peter, age 6.

    CLICK & GO!  (On this page.)   Guest Book Entry.  "We always have a memorable time when we visit Fourpeaks, but this trip was really special. "   Peter, age 3, with Mom and Dad at Ridge Camp 2007.   (On the next page.)   Pam and Rich first Fourpeaks visit, 2001. Gypsy Camp.   About more folks that stayed at Sugar Camp.(What they had to say plus photos.   Meet more Fourpeaks guests? CLICK HERE for Meet Our Guests! Home Page.
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    Selfportrait #1
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    The ground I stand on
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    Selfportrait #2
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    Selfportrait #3
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    Peter
    Guest Book Entry:
    Subject: RE: Thanks for the visit!
    From: Pam
    Date: Fri, 8 Jul 2011 13:55:41 -0400
    To: Martin Your Adirondack Guide
    Hello, Martin!
    It was great to see you. I hope that we left some good weather behind us. We always have a memorable time when we visit Fourpeaks, but this trip was really special. Maybe it was because Peter was so much more independent and capable of processing the enjoyment he gains from his experiences. Returning home is always bittersweet!

    I am glad that Peter has shown an interest in taking pictures. I plan to slowly stick in little nuggets of photography instruction. It would be great to have a camera buddy! He will be very excited to have his own spot online! I did take quite a few people pics that I will convert to jpg and send within a few days.

    Give George a pat on the head for me.
    --Pam
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    Sugar Camp
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    Interior
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    Construction detail
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    Old school door
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    Shed room
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    The bathtub
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    Trashcan
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    Parlor stove with novel.
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    View from dining table
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    New popple 2008
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    Dad on porch
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    The grill and porch
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    door with toys
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    Mom goes ahead
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    Young forest
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    Dad
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    Open woods
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    Forest room
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    Whiteface Mtn from Rattlesnake
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    Mom
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    Ebenezer from Blueberry Hill
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    Mom
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    Sky at Blueberry
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    Forest litter
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    Big trees
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    Engine
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    Family on train ride
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    View from train #1
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    Marielle and Dad
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    View from train #2
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    Peter
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    Peter's house
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    Family 2009 . . . .
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    . . . at Ridge
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    Hammock at Ridge (Mom)
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    Rattlesnake View (Mom)
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    Caterpiller (Mom)
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    Moth (Mom)
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    Wildflower (Mom)


    Peter, age 3, with Mom and Dad at Ridge Camp 2007.
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    Peter and Rich. Rattlesnake Knob.
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    Walk in the woods.
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    Peter, Mom and Dad August 2007
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    Peter with building plans . . .
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    . . . Ridge Camp 2007.
    Thanks for the visit!
    Date: Thu, 7 Jul 2011 13:14:23 -0400
    From: martin@4peaks.com
    To: Pam
    Subject: Thanks for the visit!
    Pam--
    Thanks for the visit!
    I'm very happy with Peter's camp photos. They are great! Just these will make a good webpage. "Photos by Peter, Age 6." Is that OK? I'm going ahead with arranging them and will send you a link when I'm done. He was a little shy with family photos so if you have a few people pics you could email them to me and I'll add them.

    I'll include the nature photos you sent me from your last visit so no need for more. Best to Rich,
    Martin

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