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7/25/04
most everybody went to bed and I'm afraid Laura missed a good deal that was pretty. By the time we got up to Sarnia & Port Huron, Miss Buck and I were al- most alone (of "our crowd") and found them most interesting. There is a huge elevator at Sarnia and about a million green Grand Trunk freight cars. We were late to supper waiting to pass the lighthouse. After supper - in Lake Huron - it was cool and fine and everyone felt good. Mrs. Morrow and I ran races around the main deck space and then went up and the officers jollied us. A young bride and groom (with a derby hat) came on at Detroit. A flourishing flirtation is going on between the Southern girl (?) travelling with the Bellingers (her sister is Mrs. B) and Mr. Freidman, a young Englishman. Their party (a rather loud one) had musk melons on deck. Then went below & supposedly to bed and later "sister" and Mr. F.
appeared and sat in a corner in the moonlight till the Captain sent them down! (So he told us next day). The 2nd officer has begun to show an absorbing interest in "The lady in the moon" (which takes lots of time. The first mate, Mr. Grant, calls the steersman "Port a little, Henry" &c. &c.

7/25/04
most everybody went to bed and I'm afraid Laura missed a good deal that was pretty. By the time we got up to Sarnia & Port Huron, Miss Buck and I were al- most alone (of "our crowd") and found them most interesting. There is a huge elevator at Sarnia and about a million green Grand Trunk freight cars. We were late to supper waiting to pass the lighthouse. After supper - in Lake Huron - it was cool and fine and everyone felt good. Mrs. Morrow and I ran races around the main deck space and then went up and the officers jollied us. A young bride and groom (with a derby hat) came on at Detroit. A flourishing flirtation is going on between the Southern girl (?) travelling with the Bellingers (her sister is Mrs. B) and Mr. Freidman, a young Englishman. Their party (a rather loud one) had musk melons on deck. Then went below & supposedly to bed and later "sister" and Mr. F.
appeared and sat in a corner in the moonlight till the Captain sent them down! (So he told us next day). The 2nd officer has begun to show an absorbing interest in "The lady in the moon" (which takes lots of time. The first mate, Mr. Grant, calls the steersman "Port a little, Henry" &c. &c.

7/25/04
most everybody went to bed and I'm afraid Laura missed a good deal that was pretty. By the time we got up to Sarnia & Port Huron, Miss Buck and I were al- most alone (of "our crowd") and found them most interesting. There is a huge elevator at Sarnia and about a million green Grand Trunk freight cars. We were late to supper waiting to pass the lighthouse. After supper - in Lake Huron - it was cool and fine and everyone felt good. Mrs. Morrow and I ran races around the main deck space and then went up and the officers jollied us. A young bride and groom (with a derby hat) came on at Detroit. A flourishing flirtation is going on between the Southern girl (?) travelling with the Bellingers (her sister is Mrs. B) and Mr. Freidman, a young Englishman. Their party (a rather loud one) had musk melons on deck. Then went below & supposedly to bed and later "sister" and Mr. F.
appeared and sat in a corner in the moonlight till the Captain sent them down! (So he told us next day). The 2nd officer has begun to show an absorbing interest in "The lady in the moon" (which takes lots of time. The first mate, Mr. Grant, calls the steersman "Port a little, Henry" &c. &c.
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