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tracks about half a mile to the State Fish Hatcheries. They weren't "hatching" this time a year but the fish were most interesting (all trout) from babies an inch or so long to big fellows weighing a couple of pounds, I should think. There were nursery - kindergarten - and all the grades of "schools" up to High School, College and graduates. The ponds are beautifully kept - with loads of flowers surrounding them a water wheel &c. &c. and even a frog pond on the outskirts. We spent about an hour there and then walked to Scottsville (7 1/2 miles) via Wheatland Centerand Garbuttsville, arriving about 1:30. The walk was quite pretty come of the way and all interestings. We crossed Allen's Creek and walked beside it, and we climbed a hill to get a "view" and found a beet field. Found and ate apples - delicious and otherwise and the Garbutt Cement Works and Autos covered us with dust - but the last two miles almost finished Mrs. Flack & Ethel. Reg & I went ahead to be assured of dinner at the Cargill House and then we all sat and rested till about two. The dinner was, on


tracks about half a mile to the State Fish Hatcheries. They weren't "hatching" this time a year but the fish were most interesting (all trout) from babies an inch or so long to big fellows weighing a couple of pounds, I should think. There were nursery - kindergarten - and all the grades of "schools" up to High School, College and graduates. The ponds are beautifully kept - with loads of flowers surrounding them a water wheel &c. &c. and even a frog pond on the outskirts. We spent about an hour there and then walked to Scottsville (7 1/2 miles) via Wheatland Centerand Garbuttsville, arriving about 1:30. The walk was quite pretty come of the way and all interestings. We crossed Allen's Creek and walked beside it, and we climbed a hill to get a "view" and found a beet field. Found and ate apples - delicious and otherwise and the Garbutt Cement Works and Autos covered us with dust - but the last two miles almost finished Mrs. Flack & Ethel. Reg & I went ahead to be assured of dinner at the Cargill House and then we all sat and rested till about two. The dinner was, on


tracks about half a mile to the State Fish Hatcheries. They weren't "hatching" this time a year but the fish were most interesting (all trout) from babies an inch or so long to big fellows weighing a couple of pounds, I should think. There were nursery - kindergarten - and all the grades of "schools" up to High School, College and graduates. The ponds are beautifully kept - with loads of flowers surrounding them a water wheel &c. &c. and even a frog pond on the outskirts. We spent about an hour there and then walked to Scottsville (7 1/2 miles) via Wheatland Centerand Garbuttsville, arriving about 1:30. The walk was quite pretty come of the way and all interestings. We crossed Allen's Creek and walked beside it, and we climbed a hill to get a "view" and found a beet field. Found and ate apples - delicious and otherwise and the Garbutt Cement Works and Autos covered us with dust - but the last two miles almost finished Mrs. Flack & Ethel. Reg & I went ahead to be assured of dinner at the Cargill House and then we all sat and rested till about two. The dinner was, on

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