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  • Please WAIT! Then SCROLL DOWN for Trisha, Damian and Christina at The Cabin.   [ Are you in this picture? ]
    Tired Lilly at The Cabin. Trisha, Damian and Christina.
    From Dansville NY they getaway to the Adirondack backcountry at The Cabin with Lilly, their pet Jack Russell Terrier. They visit the flowers in the field and get the mountain views from Rattlesnake Knob. Lilly hangs out with George, the Fourpeaks Resident Canine Host. They rest a lot and enjoy the quiet and seclusion. CLICK & GO!  (On this page.)   Guest Book Entry.  "It was so nice to go somewhere that we didn't run into anyone . . ."   More about their Fourpeaks visit.  (An Email Exchange.)  
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    Christina enjoying the view.
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    Christina's field of flowers.
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    Lilly in chair (topo map).
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    Trish and Damian (Screen House).
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    Guest Book Entry:
    Date: Sat, 04 Sep 2004 06:47:58 -0700
    Name : Trisha M*****
    Email : p***wink@yahoo.com
    Location : Dansville, NY USA
    Comments : We had a fabulous time at your very quiet, very
    beautiful, amazing place. It was so nice to go somewhere that we didn't
    run into anyone, we were able to rest and let our dog run as much as she
    wanted to. Lilly was especially fond of having George visit and play
    with her. We miss him and the mountains! We are planning to visit again
    as soon as possible!

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    Lilly Jumping for Momma at The Cabin.
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    Lilly and George.
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    Christina at Rattlesnake Knob.
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    Tired Lilly (The Cabin).
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    Lilly and George meet at the Stone Wall (The Cabin).
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    Play Time: Christina, Lilly and George.
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    Lilly and George.
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    George, the Fourpeaks Resident Canine Host.
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    Lilly heading home.


    More about their Fourpeaks visit: (An Email Exchange.)

    Date: Mon, 09 Aug 2004 11:20:15 -0700
    From: Trisha_M*****urmc.rochester.edu>
    To: 4peaks.com
    Hi Martin!
    Unfortunately I had to get back to work today but I am still reminiscing
    about our brief stay. I can't believe how relaxed I still feel. I have
    plenty of pictures at home to send you. But most importantly, how is
    George's dew claw? I hope it has healed a bit! Lilly sure misses him!
    Trisha

    Subject: Lilly sure misses him!
    Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2004 16:36:38 -0400 (EDT)
    From: "Martin (Your Adirondack Guide)"
    To: Trisha_M***@urmc.rochester.edu
    Trisha--
    Thanks for your very welcome email.
    Glad you enjoyed your visit and very happy too to hear you
    haven't forgotten about the photos.
    Official "thank you" letter will be out tomorrow as another reminder!
    George seems OK and I'll look at his foot today. Maybe
    I'll stop in at the Vet tomorrow when I'm out.

    Too bad Lilly doesn't live closer. George could stop over
    and just visit for fun and play. Where is Dansville anyhow?
    Best wishes,
    Martin

    Subject: RE: Lilly sure misses him!
    Date: Tue, 10 Aug 2004 13:08:40 -0400
    From: Trisha_M**@URMC.Rochester.edu>
    Martin -
    I am glad to hear George seems OK. Dogs are pretty resilient creatures.
    I walked out my door at 4:30am this morning with Lilly to go for a run and a
    giant skunk was standing there. I stayed still, and the skunk stayed on all
    4's and just wobbled around a bit before running across the street,
    surprisingly, Lilly stayed next to me and just sniffed the ground to see
    what the skunk was all about. I couldn't imagine if the skunk were to
    spray us. I would have to call in to work for the next week!

    Dansville is in the southwest part of NY. We are an hour and a half
    southeast of Buffalo and an hour south of Rochester. We live in the middle
    of farm country. My dream is to live in the mountains whether it be
    Colorado or here I am not choosy, next on the list is Alaska. But what I
    hope to do is get back up there real soon with my Lilly! She is in a race
    on Saturday, hopefully she will don another blue ribbon!

    I attached a few pictures for you. I need to scan ones I didn't take with
    my digital camera.

    Hope all is well!
    Trisha

    Subject: Re: Your Guestbook Entry
    Date: Sun, 5 Sep 2004 09:52:01 -0400 (EDT)
    From: Martin@4peaks.com To: p***wink@yahoo.com Trisha--
    Greetings!
    Thanks for your Guest Book entry.
    I was planning to make a Photo Guest Book page from the photos (8) you
    sent earlier, but then I thought you said you had more (you, Damian and
    Christina inside the camp, plus more of Lilly and George, etc) so I was
    waiting to see what you might add. Eight is really enough but if you have
    more you'd like to add I'd love to hear about it now, before I make the
    page.

    Visit again? Remember the incentives! I'm keeping the webpage availability
    calendar pretty much uptodate. November is cold and wintry and empty but
    very pretty because of that. Early October of course is foliage.

    Best wishes,
    Martin (and George)

    Subject: RE: Your Guestbook Entry
    Date: Sun, 5 Sep 2004 14:48:56 -0400
    From: "Trisha M****" p****@yahoo.com
    Hi Martin - So wonderful to hear from you. How have you been? plus of
    course, George? We are all in the midst of going back to school, working
    crazy long hours and getting Lilly ready to do 4 terrier races.

    Yes, I have other photos the real printed ones - I am unable to send. I may
    need a new scanner but I am trying to get this one functioning when I get
    the time. The ones I have attached are more of the dogs. I have some of
    the landscape but they don't look any different than what you already have
    on the website.

    It feels like forever since we were at your camp, I don't think we could
    even plan a trip back soon enough. Damian is being pulled to Jamaica for
    business and wants me to go also. We would be staying in Kingston, I look
    forward to the weather but that's about it. I will continue to push
    ourselves to get back to your camp!
    Take care!!

    Trisha

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