Aug 02

40 Ryder-Walker Trips…and counting

From Our Guests:

Hi Peter,

I’ve attached a photo to give you all a laugh. I call it “The New Jersey Trek.” We went to the Grounds for Sculpture near Princeton with the Whitears, Nanette and Cathy Lee, (all R-W regulars), when they visited the Snyders and us in New Jersey.

From left to right your happy repeat customers are: Jim Snyder, Ray Fortin, (the guy who’s part of the sculpture), Diane Whitear, Cathy Lee, Aubrey Whitear, Nanette Hull, Blythe Fortin and Sarah Snyder. This group has been on a total of over 40 R-W treks.

There is something so special about bonds formed on the trail. We have all become great friends, despite seeing each other only every year or so. It’s the magic of Ryder-Walker and the Alps!

Thanks again,

Blythe

*To Blythe and the gang,

Our thanks to you too! It’s the guests like you that make our treks truly “magical.” Here’s to another 40 more trips.

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