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7/7/02
walking in but Gene Andrews! - just here for a week. We had a long old- fashioned visit, all about everything. Met Juliet Cook, our old teacher - on the way to the station with Papa and Gene
told her "we" had just came from Pulaski and were going on" &c. He sat in the train with us till we started at 5:05. I read Crawford's "Marietta" and Papa read a large bundle of papers. Later we had a lunch. It had been pretty warm in Oswego and began to look showery soon. Between Sodus and Williamson we passed the edge of a fearful black looking storm over the lake, with terrific lightning, and about Union Hill and on came drenching rain - It was still raining at Forest Lawn, but not at Sea Breeze. Mother dear met us. She said a most awful storm had just got through. It struck over at Hess's on Plymouth Ave, and killed a horse. Was very tired and went to bed as soon as I could after I got home and unpacked.

7/7/02
walking in but Gene Andrews! - just here for a week. We had a long old- fashioned visit, all about everything. Met Juliet Cook, our old teacher - on the way to the station with Papa and Gene
told her "we" had just came from Pulaski and were going on" &c. He sat in the train with us till we started at 5:05. I read Crawford's "Marietta" and Papa read a large bundle of papers. Later we had a lunch. It had been pretty warm in Oswego and began to look showery soon. Between Sodus and Williamson we passed the edge of a fearful black looking storm over the lake, with terrific lightning, and about Union Hill and on came drenching rain - It was still raining at Forest Lawn, but not at Sea Breeze. Mother dear met us. She said a most awful storm had just got through. It struck over at Hess's on Plymouth Ave, and killed a horse. Was very tired and went to bed as soon as I could after I got home and unpacked.

7/7/02
walking in but Gene Andrews! - just here for a week. We had a long old- fashioned visit, all about everything. Met Juliet Cook, our old teacher - on the way to the station with Papa and Gene
told her "we" had just came from Pulaski and were going on" &c. He sat in the train with us till we started at 5:05. I read Crawford's "Marietta" and Papa read a large bundle of papers. Later we had a lunch. It had been pretty warm in Oswego and began to look showery soon. Between Sodus and Williamson we passed the edge of a fearful black looking storm over the lake, with terrific lightning, and about Union Hill and on came drenching rain - It was still raining at Forest Lawn, but not at Sea Breeze. Mother dear met us. She said a most awful storm had just got through. It struck over at Hess's on Plymouth Ave, and killed a horse. Was very tired and went to bed as soon as I could after I got home and unpacked.
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