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1900.
July 23 Mon. Really a clear bright morning – Thermometer at 72°! with a fresh breeze blowing. Mary & I started out early for a walk thro’ the funny little village (stopping for a drink at the town pump) and past the little old cottages. “Castle Bandbox”, “The Anchorage”, “High Tide”. “Mary & Lucy”. “The Mayflower” &c. &c. We walked out the bluff past all – ancient and modern. The clear blue ocean booming down at our right and the path gradually climbing thro’ the moors and blue berry patches till it gets up on “Sankaty Head 112 ft. above the sea! There is the furious old light house – built in 1850 and there we rested on the shady porch talking to the keeper’s pretty daughters till the assistant keeper - a character — took us up in the light house – 75 ft. higher – saw a magnificent view of the Island – South Shore – “Tom Never’s Head and north to “Porpils”
QuidnetWauwinet” and some un-spell- ible Pond. He showed us the light and the 16,000 lenses and

1900.
July 23 Mon. Really a clear bright morning – Thermometer at 72°! with a fresh breeze blowing. Mary & I started out early for a walk thro’ the funny little village (stopping for a drink at the town pump) and past the little old cottages. “Castle Bandbox”, “The Anchorage”, “High Tide”. “Mary & Lucy”. “The Mayflower” &c. &c. We walked out the bluff past all – ancient and modern. The clear blue ocean booming down at our right and the path gradually climbing thro’ the moors and blue berry patches till it gets up on “Sankaty Head 112 ft. above the sea! There is the furious old light house – built in 1850 and there we rested on the shady porch talking to the keeper’s pretty daughters till the assistant keeper - a character — took us up in the light house – 75 ft. higher – saw a magnificent view of the Island – South Shore – “Tom Never’s Head and north to “Porpils”
QuidnetWauwinet” and some un-spell- ible Pond. He showed us the light and the 16,000 lenses and

1900.
July 23 Mon. Really a clear bright morning – Thermometer at 72°! with a fresh breeze blowing. Mary & I started out early for a walk thro’ the funny little village (stopping for a drink at the town pump) and past the little old cottages. “Castle Bandbox”, “The Anchorage”, “High Tide”. “Mary & Lucy”. “The Mayflower” &c. &c. We walked out the bluff past all – ancient and modern. The clear blue ocean booming down at our right and the path gradually climbing thro’ the moors and blue berry patches till it gets up on “Sankaty Head 112 ft. above the sea! There is the furious old light house – built in 1850 and there we rested on the shady porch talking to the keeper’s pretty daughters till the assistant keeper - a character — took us up in the light house – 75 ft. higher – saw a magnificent view of the Island – South Shore – “Tom Never’s Head and north to “Porpils”
QuidnetWauwinet” and some un-spell- ible Pond. He showed us the light and the 16,000 lenses and
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