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1895
& I had a nice long visit. The girls came back & we talked "Stoney Lake - Creek - Point - Pond" awhile 'till I said I must go home & went for "Diana" came back there to pack my bundle & the girls half-decided to go back with me (it was beginning to look pretty much like rain) - when Lura came - with a book - so they staid. I left them - Rode down the walk & started forth from the trolley station at 11:15 - & staid right on - past toll gates & all. The air was com- paratively cool & the sky was gray - & in the 3rd mile it sprinkled some. Kept right on up Deafmute Hill & across beautiful Driving Park Bridge. With the gorgeous northern view - every green leaf standing out in the clear atmosphere & the mist from the big falls drifting across from the other side - Passed a young man who'd just had a bad fall from his wheel (there were plenty there to assist him) along up Lake Ave. & when I reached Lorimer St. (about 12) it began to rain quite briskly.

1895
& I had a nice long visit. The girls came back & we talked "Stoney Lake - Creek - Point - Pond" awhile 'till I said I must go home & went for "Diana" came back there to pack my bundle & the girls half-decided to go back with me (it was beginning to look pretty much like rain) - when Lura came - with a book - so they staid. I left them - Rode down the walk & started forth from the trolley station at 11:15 - & staid right on - past toll gates & all. The air was com- paratively cool & the sky was gray - & in the 3rd mile it sprinkled some. Kept right on up Deafmute Hill & across beautiful Driving Park Bridge. With the gorgeous northern view - every green leaf standing out in the clear atmosphere & the mist from the big falls drifting across from the other side - Passed a young man who'd just had a bad fall from his wheel (there were plenty there to assist him) along up Lake Ave. & when I reached Lorimer St. (about 12) it began to rain quite briskly.

1895
& I had a nice long visit. The girls came back & we talked "Stoney Lake - Creek - Point - Pond" awhile 'till I said I must go home & went for "Diana" came back there to pack my bundle & the girls half-decided to go back with me (it was beginning to look pretty much like rain) - when Lura came - with a book - so they staid. I left them - Rode down the walk & started forth from the trolley station at 11:15 - & staid right on - past toll gates & all. The air was com- paratively cool & the sky was gray - & in the 3rd mile it sprinkled some. Kept right on up Deafmute Hill & across beautiful Driving Park Bridge. With the gorgeous northern view - every green leaf standing out in the clear atmosphere & the mist from the big falls drifting across from the other side - Passed a young man who'd just had a bad fall from his wheel (there were plenty there to assist him) along up Lake Ave. & when I reached Lorimer St. (about 12) it began to rain quite briskly.
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