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quickly and nearly everyone went in bathing. We didn't, but sought our restful hammocks and enjoyed each other's society. After dinner we rowed down back & Camp Island. (They wanted we to explore it - but it was so queer & the leaves rustled so, I didn't) to "The loonery" - a most wierd and awful place, with stranges noises, birds, animals, breezes &c. It was very queer. I don't wonder Mrs. Ely saw foxes here last night - that the maniac laughter originated here and that it was mist. Shrouded in my sunrise picture. Only after emerging from Camp Island did I feel same again. Camp fire &c afterward and a wakeful night. Perhaps it was "Father's" birthday cake! He had two & becandled - handed to him with a speech as we arrived - and afterward the youngster went to Stony Island and celebrated till a late hour. He's 21(?) Aug 11. Tues. Bob had a wakeful night too, and was sick a bed all day with a bad head- ache. It rained too, hard in the a.m. & was generally miserable. I made blue prints &c. After lunch it rained so I had to wait. The boys threw every cup & glass from the dining table to the kitchens (Father, Joe


quickly and nearly everyone went in bathing. We didn't, but sought our restful hammocks and enjoyed each other's society. After dinner we rowed down back & Camp Island. (They wanted we to explore it - but it was so queer & the leaves rustled so, I didn't) to "The loonery" - a most wierd and awful place, with stranges noises, birds, animals, breezes &c. It was very queer. I don't wonder Mrs. Ely saw foxes here last night - that the maniac laughter originated here and that it was mist. Shrouded in my sunrise picture. Only after emerging from Camp Island did I feel same again. Camp fire &c afterward and a wakeful night. Perhaps it was "Father's" birthday cake! He had two & becandled - handed to him with a speech as we arrived - and afterward the youngster went to Stony Island and celebrated till a late hour. He's 21(?) Aug 11. Tues. Bob had a wakeful night too, and was sick a bed all day with a bad head- ache. It rained too, hard in the a.m. & was generally miserable. I made blue prints &c. After lunch it rained so I had to wait. The boys threw every cup & glass from the dining table to the kitchens (Father, Joe


quickly and nearly everyone went in bathing. We didn't, but sought our restful hammocks and enjoyed each other's society. After dinner we rowed down back & Camp Island. (They wanted we to explore it - but it was so queer & the leaves rustled so, I didn't) to "The loonery" - a most wierd and awful place, with stranges noises, birds, animals, breezes &c. It was very queer. I don't wonder Mrs. Ely saw foxes here last night - that the maniac laughter originated here and that it was mist. Shrouded in my sunrise picture. Only after emerging from Camp Island did I feel same again. Camp fire &c afterward and a wakeful night. Perhaps it was "Father's" birthday cake! He had two & becandled - handed to him with a speech as we arrived - and afterward the youngster went to Stony Island and celebrated till a late hour. He's 21(?) Aug 11. Tues. Bob had a wakeful night too, and was sick a bed all day with a bad head- ache. It rained too, hard in the a.m. & was generally miserable. I made blue prints &c. After lunch it rained so I had to wait. The boys threw every cup & glass from the dining table to the kitchens (Father, Joe

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