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1895
It was be-au-ti-ful riding. Saw some men playing ball but went on to the seat on the hill overlooking the river. Sat there a while & talked & smelled the new-mown hay. Mrs. Converse Gray & Mrs. Harold Kimball passed us on wheels - & the Ponds driving & Mr. Hamilton & Henrietta wheeling & many others we knew (one or the other of us.) Finally we went on - 'way over to the seat on the crest of the hill, over looking the meadows. There we sat and saw a gorgeous sunset. The green Meadows with beautiful dark tree-borders against the bright sky - & the carriages with their little clouds of dust 'way off in the distance. Mary told me why she did not like Ned - or rather why she distrusted her. She says Hamilton does not like her at all, nor Frank a bit as she used to. They just see the side that E. & M. & others have spoiled- & Ned never appears to advantage with many people present. She is always most lovable to me when I

1895
It was be-au-ti-ful riding. Saw some men playing ball but went on to the seat on the hill overlooking the river. Sat there a while & talked & smelled the new-mown hay. Mrs. Converse Gray & Mrs. Harold Kimball passed us on wheels - & the Ponds driving & Mr. Hamilton & Henrietta wheeling & many others we knew (one or the other of us.) Finally we went on - 'way over to the seat on the crest of the hill, over looking the meadows. There we sat and saw a gorgeous sunset. The green Meadows with beautiful dark tree-borders against the bright sky - & the carriages with their little clouds of dust 'way off in the distance. Mary told me why she did not like Ned - or rather why she distrusted her. She says Hamilton does not like her at all, nor Frank a bit as she used to. They just see the side that E. & M. & others have spoiled- & Ned never appears to advantage with many people present. She is always most lovable to me when I

1895
It was be-au-ti-ful riding. Saw some men playing ball but went on to the seat on the hill overlooking the river. Sat there a while & talked & smelled the new-mown hay. Mrs. Converse Gray & Mrs. Harold Kimball passed us on wheels - & the Ponds driving & Mr. Hamilton & Henrietta wheeling & many others we knew (one or the other of us.) Finally we went on - 'way over to the seat on the crest of the hill, over looking the meadows. There we sat and saw a gorgeous sunset. The green Meadows with beautiful dark tree-borders against the bright sky - & the carriages with their little clouds of dust 'way off in the distance. Mary told me why she did not like Ned - or rather why she distrusted her. She says Hamilton does not like her at all, nor Frank a bit as she used to. They just see the side that E. & M. & others have spoiled- & Ned never appears to advantage with many people present. She is always most lovable to me when I
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