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  • Please WAIT! Then SCROLL DOWN for Ivy, Eddie, Sonia and Jin at The Cabin.   [ Are you in this picture? ]
    Lexie at The Lookout. Ivy, Eddie, Sonia and Jin  Make a family visit From NYC NY to The Cabin with Lexie, their pet Doberman. They R&R, enjoying camp life, cook some homestyle Korean meals (shared with Martin), see stars and get the mountain views from The Lookout. CLICK & GO!  (On this page.)   Guest Book Entry.  ". . . enjoyed the 'cowboy bath' and were mesmerized by all the stars and scenery."   More about their Fourpeaks visit.  (An Email Exchange.)   Meet more Fourpeaks guests? CLICK HERE for Meet Our Guests! Home Page.
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    Sonia steps out . . .
    . . . The Cabin front door (1946) . . .
    . . . to find the Fourpeaks canine greeter . . .
    . . . no problem.
    Something cooking.
    Guest Book Entry:
    Subject: You're invited to view our photos!
    Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2006 10:17:38 -0700 (PDT)
    From: Ivy Y***
    I hope you enjoy our photos! We had a wonderful time at the cabin, enjoyed the 'cowboy bath' and was mesmerized by all the stars and scenery at the Lookout. We all miss George as well!!! Thank you for the wonderful dinner - the sesame fish was amazing! and look forward to the Shik-Hae recipe plus some already made in cans~ Let us know if you need anything else, we'll be glad to send it over for you. We will definitely be back~ Stay warm, and say Hi to George from all of us!
    Ivy, Sonia, Eddie, Jin, and Lexi

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    Jin and Eddie . . .
    . . . at the outdoor grill.
    Interested bystanders . . .
    . . . get a treat.
    Sonia in the kitchen.
    Cozy fire . . .
    . . . needs tending.
    Table set . . .
    . . . for lunch.
    Lexie, too.
    Sonia, Jin, Eddie (Ivy takes the photo).
    The Cabin back porch.
    Jin and Sonia.
    Eddie and . . .
    . . .Ivy.
    Scary Lexie.
    Sonia and . ..
    . . . Ivy y the fireplace.
    Jin and George.
    Eddie and Lexie.
    Time to relax . . .
    . . . by the fire at camp.
    Privy (ouithouse) built 1946.
    Lexie and George on the trail . . .
    . . . to The Lookout.
    View Rattlesnake and Ebenezer.
    Taking in . . .
    . . . the view (CampGate).
    Back at camp . . .
    . . . for a nap . . .
    . . . and supper.
    Lexie heads home . . .
    . . . leaving The Cabin . . ..
    . . . to memories . . .
    . . . of the past.

    More about their Fourpeaks visit: (An Email Exchange.)

    Subject: RE: weekend vacation Retreat out of the city!
    Date: Fri, 15 Sep 2006 14:51:20 -0400
    From: ivyy***
    Please add on doggie fee, running water amenity, and portable flush toilet to our rental fee.
    I will give you the deposit as soon as everything is confirmed.
    I have read almost every detail of your website, been off and on reading since august!
    and have been dreaming of going for quite a while now~and will make sure
    everybody gets to read and understand the safety first guideline page,
    although I believe it will be easier to see and do it in person....
    Thank you,

    Subject: RE: weekend vacation Retreat out of the city!
    Date: Sat, 16 Sep 2006 11:18:06 -0400
    From: ivyy***
    Thank you for your phone call. We all sat down and had a talk, and the guys
    have only had experience with campfires, charcoal fires, and fireplace
    woodfires. Unfortunately, we are all in our mid- twenties living in the city
    and haven't had any experience with even getting to see a woodstove/parlorstove!
    Although the guys seem confident to learn and "manage it", I think we would
    all be better off staying the Cabin instead of Ridge Camp. Also, I'm sure it
    would be a peace of mind for you as well!
    Day use of the Ridge Camp is very generous of you, and we would love to be
    able to visit it during our stay.
    Also, we are fine without the portable flush toilet, and water option. Glad we could work things out~

    To: Ivy Yoon        RES#1189
    At: ivyy**
    . . . Ivy--Thanks for thinking a Korean dinner would be fun to do.
    I'll email you with some menu ideas and some stuff you can
    bring from Fort Lee.

    Subject: RE: weekend vacation Retreat out of the city!
    Date: Sat, 16 Sep 2006 22:59:48 -0400
    From: ivyy***
    . . . Also looking forward to the Korean dinner list~We're all excited about
    bringing you kimchi~
    Have a great weekend,

    Subject: I'd like to speak to you about your visit here
    Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2006 09:52:24 -0400 (EDT)
    To: ivyy***
    I'd like to speak to you about your visit here on the 20th,
    especially about the Korean dinner.
    I'll call you at home tonight 201*****. If you'll be out, please call
    me. Thanks.
    MENU As I told you, I'm planning 2 dishes with KimChee side dishes:
    1)Flounder with egg/sesame/peanut with a soy/ginger dipping sauce.
    2) Kalbi Gui served with lettuce, rice for eating "peasant style"
    (You can have more flounder or kimchee with rice.)
    1) YOU BRING KimChee side dishes (anything you like). I need to talk to
    you about this, as I don't know the names and I don't have a Korean
    2) YOU PICK UP for me a case of sake which I will have paid for. I will
    ask you to pick it up this weekend (or after) at Mitsuwa Market 201/941-9113
    See Santos, Sake Dept
    595 River Road
    Edgewater NJ 07020
    Sawanoi Sake Junmai Daikarakuchi 1 case, 6-1.8L bottles
    Let me know if this is all right and talk about the KimChee side dishes.
    There's a salty fish kimchee that goes well with the Kalbi.
    Best wishes,

    Subject: RE: I'd like to speak to you about your visit here
    Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2006 17:02:10 -0400
    From: ivyy***
    Thanks for the update. The menu sounds delicious! I will pick up the sake at Mitsuwa
    I go there quite often~also I know which salty fish kimchi side dish you're talking about
    I will get that, regular kimchi, and an assortment of our favorites too~
    We're all very excited about the trip and this dinner
    I'll give you a call later tonight. (I'm still atwork)
    Thanks again,

    Subject: Re: I'd like to speak to you about your visit here
    Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2006 22:00:01 -0400 (EDT)
    From: "Martin (Your Adirondack Guide)"
    To: "ivy y***"
    Thanks for your email.
    Sorry I was out too late to phone tonight, but
    your email covered what I wanted to talk about.
    You bring the "salty fish kimchi" plus
    "regular kimchi, and an assortment of our favorites too~."
    You also pick up from Mr. Santos at Mitsuwa Market the
    case of Sawanoi sake plus another case of Itami sake,
    both of which I ordered and paid for today. He will have
    both cases by this Friday and will hold for you to pick up.
    I will make the fish plus the kalbi and I have a great
    selection of soju. I hope you like.
    Best wishes,

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