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interesting. Reba - no Rhea somebody called and "Marie". Willard Morris passed but didn't see us (not knowing either of us was in town). After a very delicious dinner Dr. and I (on the front seat) and Mother and Mrs. A. (on the back) started on a most delight- ful ride. About 28 miles, I made it by the map. First up Stone's Falls way to Joe Burgesse's farm. Saw his wife and three children. The oldest a hand- some boy. Then around a pretty little valley (where we got cherries & saw lovely roadside flowers &c.) and over the high road to Perkinsville. Then up to Loon Lake - where we got out and had things to drink &c. It's a pretty little lake, but too high now. Then over thro' Wayland most picturesquely thro' "Poke O' Moonshine" and so on down the big hill (which Mrs. A & I walked) back of Sky Farm and down to D. arriving after eight o'clock. Charles Willard was there - with an invitation to Topcol. So after supper he & Edith & I walked up and called on May and Albert

. Had lemonade &c. & arrived down rather late. Charles is just over being a Freshman at Hamilton and simply full of college - a nice boy, tho! June 29 Mon. I started home at 8:35 this a.m. leaving Mother behind. Dr. went as far as Groveland with me. Rev. Paul Moore Strayer (who


interesting. Reba - no Rhea somebody called and "Marie". Willard Morris passed but didn't see us (not knowing either of us was in town). After a very delicious dinner Dr. and I (on the front seat) and Mother and Mrs. A. (on the back) started on a most delight- ful ride. About 28 miles, I made it by the map. First up Stone's Falls way to Joe Burgesse's farm. Saw his wife and three children. The oldest a hand- some boy. Then around a pretty little valley (where we got cherries & saw lovely roadside flowers &c.) and over the high road to Perkinsville. Then up to Loon Lake - where we got out and had things to drink &c. It's a pretty little lake, but too high now. Then over thro' Wayland most picturesquely thro' "Poke O' Moonshine" and so on down the big hill (which Mrs. A & I walked) back of Sky Farm and down to D. arriving after eight o'clock. Charles Willard was there - with an invitation to Topcol. So after supper he & Edith & I walked up and called on May and Albert

. Had lemonade &c. & arrived down rather late. Charles is just over being a Freshman at Hamilton and simply full of college - a nice boy, tho! June 29 Mon. I started home at 8:35 this a.m. leaving Mother behind. Dr. went as far as Groveland with me. Rev. Paul Moore Strayer (who


interesting. Reba - no Rhea somebody called and "Marie". Willard Morris passed but didn't see us (not knowing either of us was in town). After a very delicious dinner Dr. and I (on the front seat) and Mother and Mrs. A. (on the back) started on a most delight- ful ride. About 28 miles, I made it by the map. First up Stone's Falls way to Joe Burgesse's farm. Saw his wife and three children. The oldest a hand- some boy. Then around a pretty little valley (where we got cherries & saw lovely roadside flowers &c.) and over the high road to Perkinsville. Then up to Loon Lake - where we got out and had things to drink &c. It's a pretty little lake, but too high now. Then over thro' Wayland most picturesquely thro' "Poke O' Moonshine" and so on down the big hill (which Mrs. A & I walked) back of Sky Farm and down to D. arriving after eight o'clock. Charles Willard was there - with an invitation to Topcol. So after supper he & Edith & I walked up and called on May and Albert

. Had lemonade &c. & arrived down rather late. Charles is just over being a Freshman at Hamilton and simply full of college - a nice boy, tho! June 29 Mon. I started home at 8:35 this a.m. leaving Mother behind. Dr. went as far as Groveland with me. Rev. Paul Moore Strayer (who

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