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at Wolf's Nest. From Washington DC they have their wedding in upstate New York and a romantic honeymoon getaway to Fourpeaks. They enjoy the cozy fireplace, the views from camp and hike "The Lookout." CLICK & GO! (On this page.) Guest Book Entry. "What a treat!" More about their Fourpeaks visit. (An Email Exchange.) PHOTO GUESTBOOK EXTRA! An album of wedding photos.
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Date : 10/24/2004
Name : Elizabeth and Brendan Ho****
Email : email@example.com
Location : Washington, D.C.
Comments : We stayed at Wolf's Nest Columbus Day weekend,
for a short honeymoon after our wedding in upstate New York. What a treat!
We arrived when the leaves were at their peak, which enhanced an already
beautiful view from our back porch. We spent our first couple of days
indoors enjoying the fireplace, the third day out in the beautiful sunshine
and 70 degree weather hiking around fourpeaks. Our cabin was well stocked,
the only things I would suggest also supplying would be tinfoil and saran
Can't wait for our next trip up!
Elizabeth and Brendan Ho*****
More about their Fourpeaks honeymoon: (An Email Exchange.)
Subject: Re: Guestbook Entry
Date: Tue, 26 Oct 2004
From: "Martin (Your Adirondack Guide)"
Elizabeth and Brendan--
Thanks for your Guest Book entry.
No pictures to share for the webpage? See http://4peaks.com/fgstbndx.htm
for ideas. Would love to add some honeymoon photos, etc for you to remember.
Maybe a wedding photo, too.
Yes. Plan a return visit.
Sorry about the saran wrap and tin foil. Really just too much for me
to keep up with. But I will put it on the list for "What to bring,"
along with the bed linens, towels and drinking water.
[With CD and four tearsheets from Southwest Airlines "Spirit" magazine]
Here's the article that led us to Fourpeaks.
Subject: Thanks very much
Date: Wed, 3 Nov 2004
From: "Martin (Your Adirondack Guide)"
Dear Brendan & Elizabeth,
Thanks very much for the CD with wedding and Wolf pictures.
This will make a good webpage. Am selecting and arranging
and will send you link when done.
The girls who assist the bride are the 'bridesmaids.' Right?
What are the boys who accompany the bridegroom called?
'Groomboys' or what? (Never had a wedding, so I don't know.)
Also, how did the writeup in the SW Airlines magazine
'Luxury Camping' come to your attention?
Was it your Dad? Did Wolf match your expectations
for luxury? No jacuzzi or midnight trail rides!
(An album of wedding photos.)
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