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1895
part way across the bridge & then rode way over to the "sunset seats" with the big meadow-view. We "stacked" our wheels - or Frank did - and sat there talking an hour or so. It was delightful the soft pinky haze & the greens all fading to grays & the sweet breeze well scented with green smells. There were mosquitoes - but they were surmountable. We started back in the dusk. Just the mysterious time in the woods & country - and were charmed - as always with the river's reflected lights & shades & so on. It was the old story, but always lovlier. Went right down to Mary's & around to the dining room - where Hamilton opened a bottle of Orange phosphate, one of Lemon Sour and one of Root beer. Nelliecame out & drank with us & ate salted crackers - & so did "Don". We had a very gay time & laughed and "mixed" the various drinks & finally came to the front piazza, where "the girls" were & a couple of strolling musicians played "Liberty Bell" & other

1895
part way across the bridge & then rode way over to the "sunset seats" with the big meadow-view. We "stacked" our wheels - or Frank did - and sat there talking an hour or so. It was delightful the soft pinky haze & the greens all fading to grays & the sweet breeze well scented with green smells. There were mosquitoes - but they were surmountable. We started back in the dusk. Just the mysterious time in the woods & country - and were charmed - as always with the river's reflected lights & shades & so on. It was the old story, but always lovlier. Went right down to Mary's & around to the dining room - where Hamilton opened a bottle of Orange phosphate, one of Lemon Sour and one of Root beer. Nelliecame out & drank with us & ate salted crackers - & so did "Don". We had a very gay time & laughed and "mixed" the various drinks & finally came to the front piazza, where "the girls" were & a couple of strolling musicians played "Liberty Bell" & other

1895
part way across the bridge & then rode way over to the "sunset seats" with the big meadow-view. We "stacked" our wheels - or Frank did - and sat there talking an hour or so. It was delightful the soft pinky haze & the greens all fading to grays & the sweet breeze well scented with green smells. There were mosquitoes - but they were surmountable. We started back in the dusk. Just the mysterious time in the woods & country - and were charmed - as always with the river's reflected lights & shades & so on. It was the old story, but always lovlier. Went right down to Mary's & around to the dining room - where Hamilton opened a bottle of Orange phosphate, one of Lemon Sour and one of Root beer. Nelliecame out & drank with us & ate salted crackers - & so did "Don". We had a very gay time & laughed and "mixed" the various drinks & finally came to the front piazza, where "the girls" were & a couple of strolling musicians played "Liberty Bell" & other
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