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the West bay again & got out at the bridges to see about a big fire, which proved to be brush - & watched. It was dazzlingly sunny & we rowed back in the shade of the bank & heard the little birds twitter in the bushes. Rushed out to see the sun drop into the lake after supper & then went down & sat on the beach & later Mr. & Mrs. Batsford came & we had a nice little private marshmallow roast. They are real nice. Trudy & I watched the embers after they had gone. The moon on the bay was very bright. Aug. 28. Sat. Saw the sunrise thro' the front door. A rainy, muggy morning. Trudy, Mrs. Batsford & I walked for the mail. Got my 1st dozen pictures. The sun came out when we came home and it was hot. The men were across the bar out in the lake fishing. We got the Times with a notice of the wedding Mr. & Mrs. Chas Reed. He of Washington Pa. & she of Sodus - out on a lawn overlooking the Bay &c. We were so warm we went in the lake before din- ner. It was perfectly calm - not a ripple. Spent the p.m. sitting with the ladies in front of the house, sewing and playing anchors with Larue, read chatting &c. Later read "Thyrza"

in the swing. We had supper by artificial light. Later talked outside & later still went up & lay on the bluff by moonlight again. Mr. Ely came from Rochester. Lost his camera & found it by phoning.

the West bay again & got out at the bridges to see about a big fire, which proved to be brush - & watched. It was dazzlingly sunny & we rowed back in the shade of the bank & heard the little birds twitter in the bushes. Rushed out to see the sun drop into the lake after supper & then went down & sat on the beach & later Mr. & Mrs. Batsford came & we had a nice little private marshmallow roast. They are real nice. Trudy & I watched the embers after they had gone. The moon on the bay was very bright. Aug. 28. Sat. Saw the sunrise thro' the front door. A rainy, muggy morning. Trudy, Mrs. Batsford & I walked for the mail. Got my 1st dozen pictures. The sun came out when we came home and it was hot. The men were across the bar out in the lake fishing. We got the Times with a notice of the wedding Mr. & Mrs. Chas Reed. He of Washington Pa. & she of Sodus - out on a lawn overlooking the Bay &c. We were so warm we went in the lake before din- ner. It was perfectly calm - not a ripple. Spent the p.m. sitting with the ladies in front of the house, sewing and playing anchors with Larue, read chatting &c. Later read "Thyrza"

in the swing. We had supper by artificial light. Later talked outside & later still went up & lay on the bluff by moonlight again. Mr. Ely came from Rochester. Lost his camera & found it by phoning.

the West bay again & got out at the bridges to see about a big fire, which proved to be brush - & watched. It was dazzlingly sunny & we rowed back in the shade of the bank & heard the little birds twitter in the bushes. Rushed out to see the sun drop into the lake after supper & then went down & sat on the beach & later Mr. & Mrs. Batsford came & we had a nice little private marshmallow roast. They are real nice. Trudy & I watched the embers after they had gone. The moon on the bay was very bright. Aug. 28. Sat. Saw the sunrise thro' the front door. A rainy, muggy morning. Trudy, Mrs. Batsford & I walked for the mail. Got my 1st dozen pictures. The sun came out when we came home and it was hot. The men were across the bar out in the lake fishing. We got the Times with a notice of the wedding Mr. & Mrs. Chas Reed. He of Washington Pa. & she of Sodus - out on a lawn overlooking the Bay &c. We were so warm we went in the lake before din- ner. It was perfectly calm - not a ripple. Spent the p.m. sitting with the ladies in front of the house, sewing and playing anchors with Larue, read chatting &c. Later read "Thyrza"

in the swing. We had supper by artificial light. Later talked outside & later still went up & lay on the bluff by moonlight again. Mr. Ely came from Rochester. Lost his camera & found it by phoning.
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