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  • Please WAIT! Then SCROLL DOWN for Joe and Kate with Kids.   [ Are you in this picture? ]
    Joe and Kate with Kids, Shawn the Dog and a Mouse.
    Joe and Kate from West Carthage NY bring Meghan and Joel for a Spring fishing visit with mouse and bear games.
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    Joe, Meghan and Joel.

    Spring garden.

    Kate, Meghan and Joel.

    Joel finds mouse.

    Who gets the mouse?
    Guest Book Entry:   (Planning a Return Visit.)
    Subject: Re: Memorial day weekend
    Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2001 22:10:13 -0400
    From: "Joe A******"
    Hello, Martin. We're up for it--house rules/pet requirements/amenities. (That's Joe speaking. Kate says, "Hurray, we're going back to the high peaks!")
    Shawn will be writing to Tramp. As a buff cocker, he looks forward to meeting a fellow napper. Kate loves Tramp. Does he have any relatives for sale? (He's so much like Barney, our first cocker, who was American. (Joe thinks he was Clumber on his Dad's side.)
    A check for $*** is in the mail. We expect to arrive on May 25 at approximately 1:30 p.m. We will bring linens and towels. Theere's two twin and two double beds, correct?
    That's it for now on this end. We look forward to a return visit. Any chance we might be able to take a look at some of the places further up the mountain again (if unoccupied) for future reference for an adult weekend?
    See you soon!
    The Agrestis

    Date : 9/2/2002 Time : 7:38 AM
    Name : Kate Ag***i kagr**
    Location : Carthage, New York
    Comments : Returning to 4-Peaks, and the Old Barn, in particular, is like following the long road home to a week of no stress, no deadlines, and quality time individually and with our family. The Old Barn has been ideal during this "kid" phase, but soon I hope to "graduate" them to the more rustic camps further up on Martin's Mountain! Did I also mention that coming home to 4-Peaks is like coming home to family? That's how the Agrestis feel! 4-Peaks is a wonderfully quiet discovery amidst an all too commercialized world. When we "break camp" to return to reality, there is a definite sadness. But there is also gladness in knowing we will return.
    Thank you, Schwalbaum's, for continued good memories!

    Meghan with bears.

    Meghan and Joel.

    Fishing at Stevens Lake.

    Stevens Lake near Whiteface Mountain.

    Kids fishing.
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    Fireplace setting at The Cabin. Fourpeaks Adirondack Camps are private cabins on Fourpeaks 700-acre secluded mountain valley with four 2,000-foot peaks. Authentic Northcountry furnishings with fireplaces, complete kitchens. For Northcountry vacations in the style of the 19th century wilderness or Great Camp. Pure luxury for campers or backcountry hikers. A satisfying adventure for those who have never lived "off the grid."

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