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and followed a beautiful trail up to a real "beaver meadow". On the way we saw a big owl - very near - lovely moss - covered "Corduroy" - fern &c. & It was too dark a day for pictures - but emerging into the meadow was a sensation - so strange & quiet & park like - but with frowning mountains beyond & a wild trail behind. There were blue Gentian scattered in the grass and little pointed trees & white birches &c. around the edge, and a little lane (like a "grass walk") leading finally up to the real road - and past a house ("Griffins") and so thro' a patch of golden - rod we sought and found another trail and came back partly by blazes - thro' the woods - found balsam & many beautiful things and Bob waiting patiently beside a fine fire & some Marsh Mallow toasters all ready. So we "forthwith" proceeded to our feast - which was quite delicious. We found our way home for dinner time and afterward went to another "party" on Stony. The lodge people had supper there & invited us to the camp fire. A huge one - with fudge and popcorn and much singing on the side lines. Wood and Paine


and followed a beautiful trail up to a real "beaver meadow". On the way we saw a big owl - very near - lovely moss - covered "Corduroy" - fern &c. & It was too dark a day for pictures - but emerging into the meadow was a sensation - so strange & quiet & park like - but with frowning mountains beyond & a wild trail behind. There were blue Gentian scattered in the grass and little pointed trees & white birches &c. around the edge, and a little lane (like a "grass walk") leading finally up to the real road - and past a house ("Griffins") and so thro' a patch of golden - rod we sought and found another trail and came back partly by blazes - thro' the woods - found balsam & many beautiful things and Bob waiting patiently beside a fine fire & some Marsh Mallow toasters all ready. So we "forthwith" proceeded to our feast - which was quite delicious. We found our way home for dinner time and afterward went to another "party" on Stony. The lodge people had supper there & invited us to the camp fire. A huge one - with fudge and popcorn and much singing on the side lines. Wood and Paine


and followed a beautiful trail up to a real "beaver meadow". On the way we saw a big owl - very near - lovely moss - covered "Corduroy" - fern &c. & It was too dark a day for pictures - but emerging into the meadow was a sensation - so strange & quiet & park like - but with frowning mountains beyond & a wild trail behind. There were blue Gentian scattered in the grass and little pointed trees & white birches &c. around the edge, and a little lane (like a "grass walk") leading finally up to the real road - and past a house ("Griffins") and so thro' a patch of golden - rod we sought and found another trail and came back partly by blazes - thro' the woods - found balsam & many beautiful things and Bob waiting patiently beside a fine fire & some Marsh Mallow toasters all ready. So we "forthwith" proceeded to our feast - which was quite delicious. We found our way home for dinner time and afterward went to another "party" on Stony. The lodge people had supper there & invited us to the camp fire. A huge one - with fudge and popcorn and much singing on the side lines. Wood and Paine

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