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and sat in the shade & drank Sarsaparilla and got back in time for dinner! Miss Arnold roared that it should take us an hour and a half – but she little knew the conditions! After dinner we waited for the mail, but the train “forgot” (!) it and the baggage - so they didn’t bring it till 4:30! Went thro’ the cottage annex to the hotel – which contains some fine old mahogany furniture. Then Mary and I went down on the beach “by our lonelets” and took a bath – very refreshing, but rather sea–weedy & lay on the rug reading & talking and watching and listening to the waves and admiring the cloud–pictures till distant thunder and a glance at my watch warned us to go home. After supper the girls (including Laura Wagner) & I went down to see the sunset – a red – fire – red – blur against a gray storm cloud. It did rain some but not seriously. I told Miss Fichtner’s fortune with cards – and pleased her much. Then we all played Spade Hearts all the evening. Had a talk with Miss F

on the piazza before going to bed.


and sat in the shade & drank Sarsaparilla and got back in time for dinner! Miss Arnold roared that it should take us an hour and a half – but she little knew the conditions! After dinner we waited for the mail, but the train “forgot” (!) it and the baggage - so they didn’t bring it till 4:30! Went thro’ the cottage annex to the hotel – which contains some fine old mahogany furniture. Then Mary and I went down on the beach “by our lonelets” and took a bath – very refreshing, but rather sea–weedy & lay on the rug reading & talking and watching and listening to the waves and admiring the cloud–pictures till distant thunder and a glance at my watch warned us to go home. After supper the girls (including Laura Wagner) & I went down to see the sunset – a red – fire – red – blur against a gray storm cloud. It did rain some but not seriously. I told Miss Fichtner’s fortune with cards – and pleased her much. Then we all played Spade Hearts all the evening. Had a talk with Miss F

on the piazza before going to bed.


and sat in the shade & drank Sarsaparilla and got back in time for dinner! Miss Arnold roared that it should take us an hour and a half – but she little knew the conditions! After dinner we waited for the mail, but the train “forgot” (!) it and the baggage - so they didn’t bring it till 4:30! Went thro’ the cottage annex to the hotel – which contains some fine old mahogany furniture. Then Mary and I went down on the beach “by our lonelets” and took a bath – very refreshing, but rather sea–weedy & lay on the rug reading & talking and watching and listening to the waves and admiring the cloud–pictures till distant thunder and a glance at my watch warned us to go home. After supper the girls (including Laura Wagner) & I went down to see the sunset – a red – fire – red – blur against a gray storm cloud. It did rain some but not seriously. I told Miss Fichtner’s fortune with cards – and pleased her much. Then we all played Spade Hearts all the evening. Had a talk with Miss F

on the piazza before going to bed.

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