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Jim and Len come over from Columbus OH for a a restful getaway (their third Fourpeaks visit) with Tax, Rex and Onyx, their new found puppy.
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Date : 10/25/2000 Time : 3:38 PM
Name : Jim P****** & Len K*******
Email : jph*****@call****.com
Location : Columbus, Ohio
Comments : Everything was great as usual except the walk up the hill - we had not planned on that and were very disapointed - but its ok! Love the changes that were made to Ridge camp but I suggest changing the bed in the loft - it is very uncomfortable for two people -
The new hiking trails are awesome - we hiked rattlesnake moutain to the new ebenezer trail and wow! = what a hike that was - but it was awesome = the dogs loved it - they slept good all afternoon after that hike.
Checked out Gypsy camp on the way out - nice - not for us but very nice !
We would like to check out Wolf's nest on our next visit but only if there is a sauna there - the sauna is really a great asset to Ridge Camp and one of the main reasons we like Ridge so much. It is so nice to just lay in them for hours and have not a care in the world -
We are hoping to get a whole group together to come visit in the early spring months - possible renting the entire area -
anyways thanks again for a great trip and we will see you next spring hopefully.
Martin's response to Jim and Len's Guest Book entry.
NOTE: Jim objected to our February 2000 "Guests Must Walk" policy. As a result this policy has been modified to "Guests Must Walk If They Are Inclined To, Otherwise We Jeep Them Up To Camp" as of October 2000. [See more about this right here at Frequently Asked Questions.]
Sent: Thursday, October 26, 2000 7:24 AM
Subject: Please send me the dog names.
Thanks for your Guestbook entry. Please send me the dog names, ages, year acquired (adopted) and "breed" or mutt-mix as far as you know.
Walk to camp? You won't have to walk again unless all my jeeps break down.
Thanks for your comments about the sauna. I'd like to plan a sauna for Wolf Nest, but there's no water up there. I have a good spot about 300 feet behind the camp barn. That's down the hill across from where the Wolf trail begins. Is that a good spot? Or is it better to build a sauna right at the camp and not have a well by it? (If you're not sure about this, don't worry. I can ask your opinion another time.)
Subject: RE: Please send me the dog names, ages, year acquired (adopted)
and "breed" or mutt-mix as far as you know.
Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2000 07:55:14 -0400
From: Jim P***** JPh****@call****.com
Morning Martin -
here is the information on the dogs
Taz - 7 years old - dobie roterweiler mix - Lens dog since a puppy - born 1993
Rex - 2 years old - german shepard - adopted in July of 1999 -
Onyx - 6 months old - Pit/Sharpie mix - thrown from a car when she was 5 weeks old - we took her in in may 2000.
Ok - thanks for the reassurance about not having to walk to Ridge -
As far as the sauna - across the drive is ok but I think it would be nicer near to the cabin, guests can walk to the well to get the water needed for the sauna - it takes almost an hour to heat the water anyway -
Either way is fine with us - do what is best for you - you have a beautiful resort and we love it there and will be back - if there is a sauna at wolfs nest even better - that is a great assest.
Take Care and we will see you next time - ( we have decided that the next
time will be a week long stay - too far to drive for just 3 days )
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