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They come from South Amboy NJ for a getaway/vacation at The Cabin with their frisky Iggys, Katalina and Camillo. They see the mist off the mountains, enjoy the views from the Lookout and Rattlesnake Knob, walking through meadow flowers on the way. Kata catches a mole and plays and runs with George for hours. CLICK & GO! (On this page.) Guest Book Entry. ". . . spectacular view right in front of us. I have never in my life enjoyed a shower that much." CLICK HERE for more about Lorena and Scott's visit. (Lorena's photo notes didn't all fit under the photos themselves.)
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Subject: Four Peaks Pictures!! ----- Here you go Martin
Date: Wed, 01 Sep 2004 22:47:17 -0400
From: "Lorena Cl**" email@example.com
Here are our pictures from the Iggy webpage (Italian Greyhound)) along with the ones you took plus a picture of George and Katalina on "play pose" too.
We had such a wonderful time Martin. No camping trip can ever compare to
this. I have traveled to many places around the world, and let me tell
you........that little trip was one of the best. I think the only one that
can match it is when I was in the Peruvian Andes. Your place is magical.
I felt a magnetism coming from the mountains, a calling, an incredible
attraction. We hiked to our hearts' content. We enjoyed every minute of
it. I cooked on the grill every day, that was fun. I also made the
biscuits (thank you) and some cookies too.
We showered outside, right on the grass.......do you know what that was
like? We felt so free. Seeing the steam coming off of our bodies, feeling
the warmth of the water and the coldness of the air, the softness of the wet
grass on our feet.....and having that spectacular view right in front of us.
I have never in my life enjoyed a shower that much. (Continued.)
Scroll Down or CLICK HERE for Lorena and Scott's Guest Book Entry (Continued)
I'm sorry we didn't get to come over that night to have a drink. We were
really tired, and had a long drive ahead of us the next day. Please take a
rain check, as we would LOVE to go back and stay longer.
That night you came over was such a nice unplanned event! It was so
unexpected and exciting. Scott was very happy he was able to help put the
door back on its track.
George was so fun to have around. What a great dog you have. He came over
almost every morning and played so nicely with our 2 IGs (italian
greyhounds). He showed them around like a professional guide. Our 2 IGs
LOVED him, especially Katalina. He also showed us around to the Look Out
and Wolf's Nest......and let's not forget the stream behind the cabin (he
showed us how get get to it).
We had a humming bird that came every morning to drink the nectar from the
flowers that were in bloom in the fenced yard. We also had a gold finch
that came every evening to collect hair (there were some "hair balls" I
guess from George) probably for a nest?
Thank you so much for allowing us to have such an amazing experience. I
hope to see you next year.......when is the best time to see blooming
flowers? Early spring, mid spring, early summer??
P.S.: Did you like the Veggie Chips?? They are one of my favorites. If
you like them, let me know. I can mail you some more if you'd like.
CLICK HERE for more about Lorena and Scott's visit. (Lorena's photo notes didn't all fit under the photos themselves.)
More about Lorena and Scott's visit. (Lorena's photo notes didn't all fit under the photos themselves.)
We were met by light showers as we were getting closer to our destination. We could see vapor rising from the mountains and saw how clouds formed.
We hiked almost every day, and when we got to the Cabin every evening, the babies would just nap and sun themselves until their batteries were recharged. We were blessed with gorgeous days, every single day! The day we got there, it was raining a bit and it was an amazing thing to watch because you could see the clouds forming on the mountains!!! Oh, just lovely!
Back at the cabin, like I said before, we had to light a fire for heat. The cabin was very rustic and plain and rugged, and just so basic and cozy. The Cabin consisted of the cabin itself (kitchen, dining room, living room, fenced yard, porch, working cooking grill where I cooked every meal), then there was another building (The Shed) that was just for the bedrooms (2 bedrooms) and what we would call a bathroom, but it only had a sink & mirror and a cowboy tub. We also had a screened room next to the cabin, I guess for hot summer days....we didn't use it much.Kata had never been around a burning fireplace before, so at first she was a little wary......but then, as you can see, she became the Fire Queen. She looooved being next to the fire. That day we had hiked along a stream so our sneakers and socks were wet. Remember this is all in darkness (no electricity) and it only looks so light because of the flash on the camera.
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