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Jamie and Alice take a Winter break from studies at Wesleyan University. They hike up to The Lookout on Basset and enjoy the valley views, with New Camp at the edge of the camp field. Later they go by Brown's Notch and get the Whiteface views from Wolf's Nest.
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We took exhilarating winter hikes in the snow. The views were great from up top of the peak (Basset Mountain) overlooking New Camp. The cabin had the comfortable homey feeling of a Bed & Breakfast combined with a rugged wilderness feel whicha ppealed to our love of camping and the outdoors." Jamie P., Alice L., Middletown, CT, March 1998.
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