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Reading "Pines of Long"

over. It is charming. Just before supper Alice & I took a beautiful walk up "Plummer's Hill" (past the church - way up to the fork of the road - Then called on a Mrs Hanies formerly a doctor in Lewiston) & her little daughter Gladys - who live alone in a little old house on the side of the mountain. Bed at 8:30! Aug. 28 Tues. Came down with Percy Kimball
& the cows! - a pretty picture. Felt fine after 10 hours sleep! It was a gorgeous morning - Rushed around and took a few pictures I wanted. And later Nan took "Phyllis" (the little fast horse) and a runabout and we two went for most delightful drive - Down South Waterford way and up over the curved side of Bear Mountain, with lovely views of the lake and village, and around the lake down a big hill on the east side and past a fine old Mansion - Still lovlier views of the lake! Then turned thro' a dense wood - path - a most beautiful bit - but went steep in one place - from some menfixing it. Came out on "Rice's Hill" and met some of the hotel people. Miss Stratford, the Yitta Hella, Miss Fanning, Miss Lawrence.Mrs S' friend & Mr. Fanning. Had quite a chat - They were returning from a six mile walk - (an ideal day for it.) Went round Rice's Hill and just at the other side - above the house where the balsam pillows

Reading "Pines of Long"

over. It is charming. Just before supper Alice & I took a beautiful walk up "Plummer's Hill" (past the church - way up to the fork of the road - Then called on a Mrs Hanies formerly a doctor in Lewiston) & her little daughter Gladys - who live alone in a little old house on the side of the mountain. Bed at 8:30! Aug. 28 Tues. Came down with Percy Kimball
& the cows! - a pretty picture. Felt fine after 10 hours sleep! It was a gorgeous morning - Rushed around and took a few pictures I wanted. And later Nan took "Phyllis" (the little fast horse) and a runabout and we two went for most delightful drive - Down South Waterford way and up over the curved side of Bear Mountain, with lovely views of the lake and village, and around the lake down a big hill on the east side and past a fine old Mansion - Still lovlier views of the lake! Then turned thro' a dense wood - path - a most beautiful bit - but went steep in one place - from some menfixing it. Came out on "Rice's Hill" and met some of the hotel people. Miss Stratford, the Yitta Hella, Miss Fanning, Miss Lawrence.Mrs S' friend & Mr. Fanning. Had quite a chat - They were returning from a six mile walk - (an ideal day for it.) Went round Rice's Hill and just at the other side - above the house where the balsam pillows

Reading "Pines of Long"

over. It is charming. Just before supper Alice & I took a beautiful walk up "Plummer's Hill" (past the church - way up to the fork of the road - Then called on a Mrs Hanies formerly a doctor in Lewiston) & her little daughter Gladys - who live alone in a little old house on the side of the mountain. Bed at 8:30! Aug. 28 Tues. Came down with Percy Kimball
& the cows! - a pretty picture. Felt fine after 10 hours sleep! It was a gorgeous morning - Rushed around and took a few pictures I wanted. And later Nan took "Phyllis" (the little fast horse) and a runabout and we two went for most delightful drive - Down South Waterford way and up over the curved side of Bear Mountain, with lovely views of the lake and village, and around the lake down a big hill on the east side and past a fine old Mansion - Still lovlier views of the lake! Then turned thro' a dense wood - path - a most beautiful bit - but went steep in one place - from some menfixing it. Came out on "Rice's Hill" and met some of the hotel people. Miss Stratford, the Yitta Hella, Miss Fanning, Miss Lawrence.Mrs S' friend & Mr. Fanning. Had quite a chat - They were returning from a six mile walk - (an ideal day for it.) Went round Rice's Hill and just at the other side - above the house where the balsam pillows
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