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obliged to leave the table, but by dint of will power & chewing gum I came bravely though & was soon enjoying myself - and the misery of others, I'm afraid. It was delightful breasting the great swells. We had a sail up & I think & got over purser's picture in front of it. At last I went inside & chatted with Mr. Barnard - who "wouldn't go to Stony Lake again across this water for $50!" (I would!) Mary & the first officer (Mr. Johnson) beckoned me. & we were shown all over the ship & entertained with funny stories in the engine room & below decks - jolly tars - these sailors. Afterward we went up on the hurricane & ate fruit & saw Charlotte approaching. Passengers began to brisken up & look as tho' they hadn't been sick. The woman coralled her six children & there were demonstrations of welcome from shore. On the landing dock appeared Papa. & Mr. MacA & Nellie & Tom Miller. Tumbling out, I encountered Klem Goodyear on her way to 1000 Islands - tho' the Bon Voyage was not yet in! We got


obliged to leave the table, but by dint of will power & chewing gum I came bravely though & was soon enjoying myself - and the misery of others, I'm afraid. It was delightful breasting the great swells. We had a sail up & I think & got over purser's picture in front of it. At last I went inside & chatted with Mr. Barnard - who "wouldn't go to Stony Lake again across this water for $50!" (I would!) Mary & the first officer (Mr. Johnson) beckoned me. & we were shown all over the ship & entertained with funny stories in the engine room & below decks - jolly tars - these sailors. Afterward we went up on the hurricane & ate fruit & saw Charlotte approaching. Passengers began to brisken up & look as tho' they hadn't been sick. The woman coralled her six children & there were demonstrations of welcome from shore. On the landing dock appeared Papa. & Mr. MacA & Nellie & Tom Miller. Tumbling out, I encountered Klem Goodyear on her way to 1000 Islands - tho' the Bon Voyage was not yet in! We got


obliged to leave the table, but by dint of will power & chewing gum I came bravely though & was soon enjoying myself - and the misery of others, I'm afraid. It was delightful breasting the great swells. We had a sail up & I think & got over purser's picture in front of it. At last I went inside & chatted with Mr. Barnard - who "wouldn't go to Stony Lake again across this water for $50!" (I would!) Mary & the first officer (Mr. Johnson) beckoned me. & we were shown all over the ship & entertained with funny stories in the engine room & below decks - jolly tars - these sailors. Afterward we went up on the hurricane & ate fruit & saw Charlotte approaching. Passengers began to brisken up & look as tho' they hadn't been sick. The woman coralled her six children & there were demonstrations of welcome from shore. On the landing dock appeared Papa. & Mr. MacA & Nellie & Tom Miller. Tumbling out, I encountered Klem Goodyear on her way to 1000 Islands - tho' the Bon Voyage was not yet in! We got

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