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A student from South Hadley MA, Claudia makes a solo visit with her shepherd Shana for a time to think and hike. She studies, visits with other guests, runs in the fields and enjoys some really changeable Fall weather, including first snow of the year. CLICK & GO! (On this page.) Guest Book Entry. What she had to say about it. An Email Exchange. More about her Fourpeaks visit.
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Really enjoyed the visit. It was everything I expected and more. Shana and I were very cozy. Thanks for setting up the electric reading light.
Planning a Fourpeaks Visit: An Email Exchange:
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Remote address of sender: ***.***.232.130
Phone Number: 413.***.****
Name: Claudia *****
City + Country: South Hadley, MA
Your Dates: Columbus day weekend..oct 6-8 or 9
Number of Couples:
Number of Kids Under 18:
Number of Singles: 1
Your Message: Hi!!!! I was thrilled to stumble upon your web site today!!!
I have a rare weekend off (Columbus day weekend) and have been searching for a quiet, beautiful place where I can think and hike. I would bring my German Shepherd, Shana. She is a very obedient dog. The web site lists availability in the New Camp on the days I am free. I would like to reserve this for Friday, Oct 6- Monday Oct 9 (leave) if possible. Please call me at my home number or if calling after 5:30, I can be reached Thu 27 and Fri 28 at 413.***.****
I look forwarding to talking with you!
Subject: Re: a quiet, beautiful place where I can think and hike
Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 01:25:41 -0400 (EDT)
do I have a reservation for Oct 6 in New Camp??
I would really like to reserve that space from friday the 6th to monday the 9th. I have been thinking about 4 peaks and New Camp all day. I will call you again tomorrow, but if you can confirm my reservation via email, that would be great too. Thanks so much!!!
Subject: Re: TO CONFIRM YOUR RESERVATION, please reply to this email with a message stating . . .
Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 15:28:10 -0400 (EDT)
I've read and agree with the House Rules. I also understand the amenities at New Camp. My check (deposit) is in the mail. My dog's name is Shana. I am thrilled to meet you and be sleeping at New Camp on Friday. Thank you so much for your help!!!
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