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8/3/08
only one) up to Camp, Mr. Best met us there & the camp did seem rough steep. We are on the top tier of tents - where
we can see the ripple of the water & way down below us, thro' the trees. We regretted much that we could not settle, but the man I didn't bring up our trunks till night. We had a big camp fire after dinner sat in the shack while they sang & talked. Mr. Best was very nice. He's a sort of a matinee-idol sort of a looking man, with much magnetism. We explored the camp some & planned "a clearing". Aug 4. Mon. It thundered in the night & rained some & was quite warm today. Settled tents (& took their pictures) Hung hammocks (in a nice open space over the lake & under the trees in front of the girls tent) we have 4 as we each brought one & Mr. Best gave us one. Wrote letters & lay in the hammocks listening to the ripple of the water & the rustling of the leaves. Mame read aloud, too. After lunch she & I went down & called on Mrs. Pitkin, whose tent had been struck

8/3/08
only one) up to Camp, Mr. Best met us there & the camp did seem rough steep. We are on the top tier of tents - where
we can see the ripple of the water & way down below us, thro' the trees. We regretted much that we could not settle, but the man I didn't bring up our trunks till night. We had a big camp fire after dinner sat in the shack while they sang & talked. Mr. Best was very nice. He's a sort of a matinee-idol sort of a looking man, with much magnetism. We explored the camp some & planned "a clearing". Aug 4. Mon. It thundered in the night & rained some & was quite warm today. Settled tents (& took their pictures) Hung hammocks (in a nice open space over the lake & under the trees in front of the girls tent) we have 4 as we each brought one & Mr. Best gave us one. Wrote letters & lay in the hammocks listening to the ripple of the water & the rustling of the leaves. Mame read aloud, too. After lunch she & I went down & called on Mrs. Pitkin, whose tent had been struck

8/3/08
only one) up to Camp, Mr. Best met us there & the camp did seem rough steep. We are on the top tier of tents - where
we can see the ripple of the water & way down below us, thro' the trees. We regretted much that we could not settle, but the man I didn't bring up our trunks till night. We had a big camp fire after dinner sat in the shack while they sang & talked. Mr. Best was very nice. He's a sort of a matinee-idol sort of a looking man, with much magnetism. We explored the camp some & planned "a clearing". Aug 4. Mon. It thundered in the night & rained some & was quite warm today. Settled tents (& took their pictures) Hung hammocks (in a nice open space over the lake & under the trees in front of the girls tent) we have 4 as we each brought one & Mr. Best gave us one. Wrote letters & lay in the hammocks listening to the ripple of the water & the rustling of the leaves. Mame read aloud, too. After lunch she & I went down & called on Mrs. Pitkin, whose tent had been struck
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