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Lakeside - E. Superior St. and walked back to theJ.P. Morrow's - but only said Goodbye and took the car right back to our dinner - which was rather sumptuous - and about 8 packed ourselves into the bus and went to the dock and the "Huronic" - the nice big steamer which was to take us down. It was the best one yet. Very large and clean and nice but quite Canadian. The "Tionesta" was at the same dock - to start soon after us - and it was interesting to watch the arrivals - as well as all the shipping - large and small - in the harbor. The twinkling lights in the City and on the hill. The view from the cottages on the point - and hear the strains of music in the distance - from resorts and Saturday excursion boats. At nine, Duluth time, (but we changed back to Eastern, just afterward we moved out thro' the canal all lighted by electricity - and the view of the harbor and the lights on the terraces was very beautiful. We watched it for a long long time. In fact until a red moon rose in an impossible point of the compass and called our attention in another direction. Bed felt welcome later.


Lakeside - E. Superior St. and walked back to theJ.P. Morrow's - but only said Goodbye and took the car right back to our dinner - which was rather sumptuous - and about 8 packed ourselves into the bus and went to the dock and the "Huronic" - the nice big steamer which was to take us down. It was the best one yet. Very large and clean and nice but quite Canadian. The "Tionesta" was at the same dock - to start soon after us - and it was interesting to watch the arrivals - as well as all the shipping - large and small - in the harbor. The twinkling lights in the City and on the hill. The view from the cottages on the point - and hear the strains of music in the distance - from resorts and Saturday excursion boats. At nine, Duluth time, (but we changed back to Eastern, just afterward we moved out thro' the canal all lighted by electricity - and the view of the harbor and the lights on the terraces was very beautiful. We watched it for a long long time. In fact until a red moon rose in an impossible point of the compass and called our attention in another direction. Bed felt welcome later.


Lakeside - E. Superior St. and walked back to theJ.P. Morrow's - but only said Goodbye and took the car right back to our dinner - which was rather sumptuous - and about 8 packed ourselves into the bus and went to the dock and the "Huronic" - the nice big steamer which was to take us down. It was the best one yet. Very large and clean and nice but quite Canadian. The "Tionesta" was at the same dock - to start soon after us - and it was interesting to watch the arrivals - as well as all the shipping - large and small - in the harbor. The twinkling lights in the City and on the hill. The view from the cottages on the point - and hear the strains of music in the distance - from resorts and Saturday excursion boats. At nine, Duluth time, (but we changed back to Eastern, just afterward we moved out thro' the canal all lighted by electricity - and the view of the harbor and the lights on the terraces was very beautiful. We watched it for a long long time. In fact until a red moon rose in an impossible point of the compass and called our attention in another direction. Bed felt welcome later.

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