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Martin, Reto and friends take a Fall break from their studies in International Law at NYU. They enjoy camp life and walk the summits of Rattlesnake and Ebenezer.
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Subject: RE: Your Fourpeaks visit 10/06/00 to Ridge Camp
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2000 00:05:07 -0400
From: "Reto S****" email@example.com
Dear Louise, dear Martin
I have seen many beautiful things while climbing in the European mountains,
but Ridge Camp is one of the best places I have ever been. We realy had a
Since Martin told us not to use cars, what I did, I unfortunately did not
have the pleasure to meet Louise this time. But among others, this is a
perfect reason to return, and I am sure I will. I hope the place is going to
be the same the next time - there is no reason to change anything, it could
not be better than it is now.
Attached I send you some pictures of our week-end. If you need more of them,
please tell me.
Thank you very much again, and enjoy our pictures.
Reto New York, NY
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Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Name: Martin R****
Phone Number: (212) 443-****
Address: *** Mercer Street #***
City State Zip: New York, NY 10012
Dates: October 06 - October 09, 2000
Place: Ridge Camp
Number of Kids Under 18:
Number of Singles: 6
Your Message: Hiking, backcountry and climbing experience in Switzerland,
Austria, Germany, Canada and France, several years experience as boyscout
leader, Mountain Instructor of Swiss Alpine Infantry.
Subject: Re: Your Fourpeaks visit 10/06/00 to Ridge Camp
Date: Sat, 14 Oct 2000 06:41:02 +0200
From: Matthias C G**** email@example.com
Dear Martin and Louise!
I enjoyed the weekend at your mountain-cabin very much. The beautiful
landscape and the peaceful quietness starkly contrasted our urban
environment in New York. All was really wonderful!
Thanks, Matthias G****
Subject: RE: Your 4peaks visit 10/06/00 to Ridge Camp
Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2000 23:34:33 -0400
From: "Reto S**** firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are more photos of our trip. Unfortunately I was rather attracted by
the beauty of nature than by the beauty of our faces, so there are not too
many pictures with people on it.
By the way, as I told you, we would like to come back again. Would Ridge
Camp be available for about a week over Christmas?
Thanks for your response
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