Primary tabs


much more exhausted than when I struck our "palatial chamber" (223) in the Queens. We managed to go down to dinner (where a young lady from Port Huron - worried about a lost trunk - dined with us) and then went to bed at 8:30 and slept till - well, got up at - 8:15 the next morning! and were sleepy even then. The hotel was comfy. We went up town shop- ping & to the King Edward - Catto's

(for a silk waist) &c. Then I took the car out to Rosedale and hunted up the Dymonds' house - Only Arthur
, Guy
(a big fellow) and Miss Mellish(?) were home, but I made quite a visit - Allan
& Emma,
are up beyond Muskoka, with Helen
(16!) Burton (6) and little "Sister Mary" (3) - whom I'd never heard of. Rosedale is lovely and Guy
- the little gentle- man- showed me the way & hurried back to get dinner for his Aunt! I got almost soaked with rain coming home - but not quite - and after lunch & change &c. Went to the boat about 2. We sailed at three and it was rather rough outside at first, but lovely moonlight later. Not quite as good as usual. Father & Mother met us at Charlotte.

much more exhausted than when I struck our "palatial chamber" (223) in the Queens. We managed to go down to dinner (where a young lady from Port Huron - worried about a lost trunk - dined with us) and then went to bed at 8:30 and slept till - well, got up at - 8:15 the next morning! and were sleepy even then. The hotel was comfy. We went up town shop- ping & to the King Edward - Catto's

(for a silk waist) &c. Then I took the car out to Rosedale and hunted up the Dymonds' house - Only Arthur
, Guy
(a big fellow) and Miss Mellish(?) were home, but I made quite a visit - Allan
& Emma,
are up beyond Muskoka, with Helen
(16!) Burton (6) and little "Sister Mary" (3) - whom I'd never heard of. Rosedale is lovely and Guy
- the little gentle- man- showed me the way & hurried back to get dinner for his Aunt! I got almost soaked with rain coming home - but not quite - and after lunch & change &c. Went to the boat about 2. We sailed at three and it was rather rough outside at first, but lovely moonlight later. Not quite as good as usual. Father & Mother met us at Charlotte.

much more exhausted than when I struck our "palatial chamber" (223) in the Queens. We managed to go down to dinner (where a young lady from Port Huron - worried about a lost trunk - dined with us) and then went to bed at 8:30 and slept till - well, got up at - 8:15 the next morning! and were sleepy even then. The hotel was comfy. We went up town shop- ping & to the King Edward - Catto's

(for a silk waist) &c. Then I took the car out to Rosedale and hunted up the Dymonds' house - Only Arthur
, Guy
(a big fellow) and Miss Mellish(?) were home, but I made quite a visit - Allan
& Emma,
are up beyond Muskoka, with Helen
(16!) Burton (6) and little "Sister Mary" (3) - whom I'd never heard of. Rosedale is lovely and Guy
- the little gentle- man- showed me the way & hurried back to get dinner for his Aunt! I got almost soaked with rain coming home - but not quite - and after lunch & change &c. Went to the boat about 2. We sailed at three and it was rather rough outside at first, but lovely moonlight later. Not quite as good as usual. Father & Mother met us at Charlotte.
Page: of 308