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At New Camp and Sugar Camp.
Adirondack Nature Photographs: Our changing seasons. The passing moods of the natural community in the timeline of new life, reseeding and decay. (Images that give you the feel of the High Peaks, along with the information you need to find it on your own.)
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Photo Site: New Camp and Sugar Camp by "The Sag" at the end of Stonehouse Road. The Sag is a low spot that extends for a half mile or so alongside the road. In old times the families who lived there would get two crops of hay from it, it was watered so well. Today with silt from years of Spring run, the soil is deep and rich, supporting the growth of Marsh Marigolds, a rare wildflower. Marsh Marigold bloom right after trillium and bloodroot. Want to get the whole story about the Fourpeaks property? Click here for background history. Exact location? Find [SC] and [NC] on Fourpeaks Trail Map.
Photos by M.S. May '98 Nikon F3, 28mm, 105mm, Fuji 100 (all photos hand held for flower angles).
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Are you in this picture? Fourpeaks hosts now welcome paying guests to a 700-acre rest and playground for vacations in the Adirondack Great Camp tradition. Couples appreciate Fourpeaks secluded settings. Outdoor loving families have fun exploring our accessible wilderness. Folks with dogs enjoy the open spaces to run their pets. A private nature rereat. For a vacation away from it all. Are you in this picture? CLICK HERE to find out! [More about this at Frequently Asked Questions.]
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