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Following several visits on her own, she brings some special guests to her Adirondack Hideaway--Mom and Dad, friend Pat. With her sled dog Sundancer they hike Rattlesnake, picnic, sauna, swim the AuSable and just enjoy the peace and quiet. CLICK & GO! (On this page.) Guest Book Entry. What they had to say about it. More about their Fourpeaks visit. (An Email Exchange.) (On the next page.) Lee Ann at Ridge with Sundancer (Summer, Fall 2001). Lee Ann with her folks and a friend (Summer 2002). Lee Ann with Dave at The Cabin (February 2005).
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We all had a good time at Ridge. My Mom had her first ever Adirondack hike. My Dad explored. Pat came again and enjoyed. Sundancer slept a lot as usual and kept an eye on the frogs in the pond.
About the Guest Book Entry: (An Email Exchange.)
Subject: Re: Sundancer part 1 part c
Date: Sun, 27 Oct 2002 20:35:17 -0500
Organization: Fourpeaks--Adirondack Backcountry Camps
Got all 19 pics. Thanks for the effort you made getting them through to me.
Looks like everyone had a good time.
I couldn't find a "Guest Book entry." That's what I meant about "missing
text." Guest Book pages need to have, so I made this one up.
"We all had a good time at Ridge. My Mom had her first ever Adirondack
hike. My Dad explored. Pat came again and enjoyed. Sundancer slept a lot as
usual and eyed the frogs in the pond."
Is that ok?
PS Will email you when pages are up.
PPS Mid-November is the quietest time here. Really winter but without all the twinkly excitement December brings.
Subject: RE: Sundancer part 1 part c
Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 09:27:40 -0500
Hi Martin - that looks great for the guest book. Maybe I can get you to
write some of my reports too!
I'll look into my calendar and see if I can pick a date for some cold
talk to you soon,
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