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  • Please WAIT! Then SCROLL DOWN for Todd and Tazio honeymoon at Sugar Camp with Roofis.   [ Are you in this picture? ]
    JustMarried - Moments after we got married on October 16, 2004 at the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture. sugarcamp - a nice view looking back from the trail up to Smith Road. Todd and Tazio honeymoon at Sugar Camp with Roofis.
    Right from their wedding in Brooklyn NY they make a honeymoon getaway to Fourpeaks for the quiet, natural beauty and the fun of living in a (really) rustic cabin. They explore The Lookout, Rattlesnake and Ebenezer and bring back some memorable panoramic photos. CLICK & GO!  (On this page.)   Guest Book Entry.  (Our Honeymoon in Heaven)  "The utter quiet and beautiful views were just the beginning - we had a relaxing time we will never forget."   Panoramic Views: View South from The Lookout (Clements Mountain, Ebenezer Mountain, Rattlesnake Knob).   View South from Rattlesnake Knob (Ebenezer, High Peaks, Whiteface).   View East from Ebenezer Mountain (Jay Range NY, Green Mountains VT).   Todd's Picture Descriptions.  
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    Todd and Mr. Friendlydog (hammock at Sugar).
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    Roofis at dawn with toy (Sugar Camp).
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    Todd and Roofis, rock face at Blueberry Trail.
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    Roofis and Tazio keeping warm!

    View South from The Lookout (Clements Mountain, Ebenezer Mountain, Rattlesnake Knob). View South from The Lookout
    (Clements Mountain,
    Ebenezer Mountain,
    Rattlesnake Knob)

    View South from Rattlesnake Knob(Ebenezer, High Peaks, Whiteface). View South from Rattlesnake
    (Ebenezer, High
    Peaks,
    Whiteface)
    View East from Ebenezer Mountain (Jay Range NY, Green Mountains VT). View East
    from Ebenezer Mountain
    (Jay Range NY,
    Green Mountains VT)

    Taylor Pond Photo by Todd ShirleyTaylor Pond.
    View from primitive sand beach.
    Photo by Todd Shirley


    Ridge Camp Photo by Todd ShirleyRidge Camp.
    Photo by Todd Shirley



    Guest Book Entry:
    Subject: Our Honeymoon in Heaven
    Date: Sat, 13 Nov 2004
    From: We**@aol.com
    To: VisitUs@4peaks.com

    Hi Martin

    Well, we've been back in Brooklyn for 3 weeks now, and a day doesn't go by
    when we don't think about our awesome time at Four Peaks. It really was
    heaven!

    When I initially suggested to Tazio that we have our honeymoon in a rustic
    cabin with no electricity, she was dubious, but now she is sold on life in
    the woods! The utter quiet and beautiful views were just the beginning - we
    had a relaxing time we will never forget. It is so great that guests can
    bring their dogs - Roofis had the time of his life running all over the
    mountains! Plus George was the friendliest host anyone could hope for.

    Each day we took a hike, and each one was more spectacular than the last.
    You did an excellent job of marking the trails, which is a good thing,
    because unlike a state park, the trails don't look like they get much
    traffic. I was constantly amazed at how unused the trails seem - if it
    weren't for your blazes, it would've felt like we were just lost in the
    woods!

    We will definitely return to Four Peaks again, next time to Ridge Camp. We
    loved Sugar Camp, but the isolation and grandeur (and Sauna!) of Ridge camp
    make it irresistible. I can't wait!

    Thanks for everything.

    Todd & Tazio   October, 2004

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    Just Married!
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    Todd, Tazio and the Wedding Cake.
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    Sugar Camp, Wainwright Mtn.
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    Woods at Lookout Trail (abstract).
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    Yes, another picture of George
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    Pumping water for a bath. Totally worth it!
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    Tazio (the rope at Ebenezer).

    [Picture Descriptions]
    Hi Martin
    I thought it made more sense to describe the pictures here rather than in the text of the e-mail
    01JustMarried - Moments after we got married on October 16, 2004 at the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture.
    02cake - us with the wedding cake!
    03sugarcamp - a nice view looking back from the trail up to Smith Road
    05lookoutTrail - kind of abstract picture on the trail to lookout
    06ToddandGeorge - relaxing back at sugar camp with Mr Friendlydog
    07RoofisatDawn - with his favorite toy!
    08Blueberry - Todd & Roofis on the Blueberry trail, on our way down from rattlesnake knob to Ridge Camp
    09CozyCamp - Roofis and Tazio keeping warm!
    10George - Yes, another picture of George
    11PumpingWater - Tazio pumping water for a bath. Totally worth it!
    12TazioRopes - Tazio on her way down from Ebenezer. Thanks for the ropes!
    13Lookout - A panoramic I stitched together from multiple shots, taken from Lookout, looking South
    14Rattlesnake - A panoramic I stitched together from multiple shots, taken from Lookout, looking South
    15Ebenezer - A panoramic I stitched together from multiple shots, taken from Ebenezer, looking East.


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