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6 - mile drive to Russell's Island - which is most charming. The "boarders" were up on the bluff watching the sunset & who should come tearing down to meet us but Klemmy Goodyear! - De-lighted - too. After supper we went up on the bluff to enjoy the moonlight & the lovely lake - & then to our rooms in the cottage- (mine ground and Trudy's 2nd-- & opening from each other!) We changed around furniture & got all settled before going to bed. Slept well, but Aug 22. Sun. woke early - Breakfasted at eight & met the Boarders. "Charlie Huerter" &c and took some pictures. It was a glorious morning & we walked down on the shore and out on the bar and before we knew it were over to Desborough's
- on the opposite bluff - a big barny place (with a lovely view) kept by a Miss Goodier - 75 years old. We didn't see her (tho' Klem was anxious to introduce us) but explored a little - Sat & wrote postals & then went over on the bluff to a seat with a lovely view and I read a story from Scribner's aloud ("The Lady of the Lift.")
Strolled home in time to dress for dinner - which was very good (chicken & ice cream &c) at one - thirty. Spent most of the p.m. under an apple tree on the lovely breezy bluff - with a shower going by &c. We read "Polly of the Circus"
aloud & wrote & dozed. It was delightful. Dressed again at five (Sunday!) & after supper saw the sunset & sat on our piazza in the moonlight listening

6 - mile drive to Russell's Island - which is most charming. The "boarders" were up on the bluff watching the sunset & who should come tearing down to meet us but Klemmy Goodyear! - De-lighted - too. After supper we went up on the bluff to enjoy the moonlight & the lovely lake - & then to our rooms in the cottage- (mine ground and Trudy's 2nd-- & opening from each other!) We changed around furniture & got all settled before going to bed. Slept well, but Aug 22. Sun. woke early - Breakfasted at eight & met the Boarders. "Charlie Huerter" &c and took some pictures. It was a glorious morning & we walked down on the shore and out on the bar and before we knew it were over to Desborough's
- on the opposite bluff - a big barny place (with a lovely view) kept by a Miss Goodier - 75 years old. We didn't see her (tho' Klem was anxious to introduce us) but explored a little - Sat & wrote postals & then went over on the bluff to a seat with a lovely view and I read a story from Scribner's aloud ("The Lady of the Lift.")
Strolled home in time to dress for dinner - which was very good (chicken & ice cream &c) at one - thirty. Spent most of the p.m. under an apple tree on the lovely breezy bluff - with a shower going by &c. We read "Polly of the Circus"
aloud & wrote & dozed. It was delightful. Dressed again at five (Sunday!) & after supper saw the sunset & sat on our piazza in the moonlight listening

6 - mile drive to Russell's Island - which is most charming. The "boarders" were up on the bluff watching the sunset & who should come tearing down to meet us but Klemmy Goodyear! - De-lighted - too. After supper we went up on the bluff to enjoy the moonlight & the lovely lake - & then to our rooms in the cottage- (mine ground and Trudy's 2nd-- & opening from each other!) We changed around furniture & got all settled before going to bed. Slept well, but Aug 22. Sun. woke early - Breakfasted at eight & met the Boarders. "Charlie Huerter" &c and took some pictures. It was a glorious morning & we walked down on the shore and out on the bar and before we knew it were over to Desborough's
- on the opposite bluff - a big barny place (with a lovely view) kept by a Miss Goodier - 75 years old. We didn't see her (tho' Klem was anxious to introduce us) but explored a little - Sat & wrote postals & then went over on the bluff to a seat with a lovely view and I read a story from Scribner's aloud ("The Lady of the Lift.")
Strolled home in time to dress for dinner - which was very good (chicken & ice cream &c) at one - thirty. Spent most of the p.m. under an apple tree on the lovely breezy bluff - with a shower going by &c. We read "Polly of the Circus"
aloud & wrote & dozed. It was delightful. Dressed again at five (Sunday!) & after supper saw the sunset & sat on our piazza in the moonlight listening
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