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    New Camp Revisited
    "Up at New Camp for Spring cleaning chores, Louise and I hiked Camp Rock with Tramp, enjoying the view. The summit of Jay Mountain was white in sun 6 miles East. In the field below, a line of frost around the edges in shade was all that was left of the last big snow. The place looked so pretty, we decided to take time off from the phone and the computer. We stayed the night."  (April 22, 2001. She broke up with me September '01. This was our last visit to camp.)   (CLICK HERE for full text of Letter #7, "New Camp Revisited." and CLICK HERE for New Camp Home Page--all about New Camp and how to visit there.)
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    New Camp, built on granite ledge.

    View East. Snow in shade.

    Just two popples remain.

    New Camp porch.

    View South. Rattlesnake and Ebenezer.

    Fallen pine only 10ft. from camp--1998.

    Root of fallen pine.

    Louise and Tramp at Camp Field.

    Camp Rock.

    New Camp, East side.

    Louise on the porch.

    Martin with Tanqueray martini.

    Louise and Tramp.

    Martin fixing biscuits.

    Cutting biscuits.

    Remainder biscuits.

    Louise, biscuits and jam.

    Wine bottle messages.

    Tramp.

    Martin and Tramp on Camp Rock.

    Clements Mountain, view Southeast.

    Jay Mountain, view East.
    A Personal Potpourri. A Personal Potpourri.
    Old photos, letters, clippings, greeting cards and other stuff too precious to discard. A Personal Potpourri is your Adirondack Guide's eclectic photo and writing place for stuff that just doesn't fit elsewhere in Fourpeaks Adirondack Backcountry Camps webpages. CLICK HERE for more Personal Potpourri.  CLICK HERE to meet Your Adirondack Guide.



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