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these meals so mixed up!) we had to have exercise - and after watching the sun into the lake walked the deck very hard and finally "followed dad" till Mrs. Morrow vaulted a rail - to the intense delight of the captain! The purser and first mate and the girls from Erie spooned in bad grammar in one corner, for awhile. In the afternoon I had taken a group picture for the Erie girl - with her camera. Yesterday I took "Sister" and the Englishman (who left us at Houghton) and Mr. Bellinger (who moved!) There was a lovely moon rise tonight - and long after we finished "exercising" we had to stay on deck. It was so very beautiful I almost envied the officer on the bridge, who had to stay! We did have some cards tho' - between whiles. July 29. Friday A gray morning found us inside the "seven mile point" at the dock in Duluth. We had our last breakfast together and I presented Mr. Mace with the rest of the caraway - seed candies - as a parting token! We sent our bags - Laura and I - up to the "Spaulding" by 'bus and all walked that is, we six,Mr. Mace said nice things. My! but he's sunburned and peeling badly. Laura and I got a "room and bath" near the top, facing The Lyceum Building and the hill two beds & very comfortable ($3.50 each day)


these meals so mixed up!) we had to have exercise - and after watching the sun into the lake walked the deck very hard and finally "followed dad" till Mrs. Morrow vaulted a rail - to the intense delight of the captain! The purser and first mate and the girls from Erie spooned in bad grammar in one corner, for awhile. In the afternoon I had taken a group picture for the Erie girl - with her camera. Yesterday I took "Sister" and the Englishman (who left us at Houghton) and Mr. Bellinger (who moved!) There was a lovely moon rise tonight - and long after we finished "exercising" we had to stay on deck. It was so very beautiful I almost envied the officer on the bridge, who had to stay! We did have some cards tho' - between whiles. July 29. Friday A gray morning found us inside the "seven mile point" at the dock in Duluth. We had our last breakfast together and I presented Mr. Mace with the rest of the caraway - seed candies - as a parting token! We sent our bags - Laura and I - up to the "Spaulding" by 'bus and all walked that is, we six,Mr. Mace said nice things. My! but he's sunburned and peeling badly. Laura and I got a "room and bath" near the top, facing The Lyceum Building and the hill two beds & very comfortable ($3.50 each day)


these meals so mixed up!) we had to have exercise - and after watching the sun into the lake walked the deck very hard and finally "followed dad" till Mrs. Morrow vaulted a rail - to the intense delight of the captain! The purser and first mate and the girls from Erie spooned in bad grammar in one corner, for awhile. In the afternoon I had taken a group picture for the Erie girl - with her camera. Yesterday I took "Sister" and the Englishman (who left us at Houghton) and Mr. Bellinger (who moved!) There was a lovely moon rise tonight - and long after we finished "exercising" we had to stay on deck. It was so very beautiful I almost envied the officer on the bridge, who had to stay! We did have some cards tho' - between whiles. July 29. Friday A gray morning found us inside the "seven mile point" at the dock in Duluth. We had our last breakfast together and I presented Mr. Mace with the rest of the caraway - seed candies - as a parting token! We sent our bags - Laura and I - up to the "Spaulding" by 'bus and all walked that is, we six,Mr. Mace said nice things. My! but he's sunburned and peeling badly. Laura and I got a "room and bath" near the top, facing The Lyceum Building and the hill two beds & very comfortable ($3.50 each day)

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