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8/8/08
It was a fine afternoon and just after lunch we invited Miss Laurie & Miss Graef of Philadelphia and Miss Keeping & Miss Steele of N.Y. and went up to the site of the old camp - next to Farringtons. The old camp looked almost like a port (I took their pictures on a log in front). The girls met their artist friend & had a chat. Then we pro- ceeded thro' the camp-site to "laundry brook" - the other end & spread out things on the big rocks & admired the views &c. Then left Mame in charge & Bob
showed the rest of us the trail up to the road - thro' the woods - out by Bob's "view" (over the brook) thro' a berry patch, over a log & a fence, &c. &c. to the lovely road - a wild beautiful - mounting thing. I longed to explore it. Bess took my picture in it. It was charming. So was the trail tho' we ate many berries & finally reached Mame again before she began to look for us. The girls were delighted & the homesick ones no longer so. Bess made cocoa and we had arrow root crackers & some chocolates Miss Graef brought, and so went back happy - just in time to "wash up" for dinner. It's a nice row up there. We "dressed" & after dinner sat in the shack awhile

8/8/08
It was a fine afternoon and just after lunch we invited Miss Laurie & Miss Graef of Philadelphia and Miss Keeping & Miss Steele of N.Y. and went up to the site of the old camp - next to Farringtons. The old camp looked almost like a port (I took their pictures on a log in front). The girls met their artist friend & had a chat. Then we pro- ceeded thro' the camp-site to "laundry brook" - the other end & spread out things on the big rocks & admired the views &c. Then left Mame in charge & Bob
showed the rest of us the trail up to the road - thro' the woods - out by Bob's "view" (over the brook) thro' a berry patch, over a log & a fence, &c. &c. to the lovely road - a wild beautiful - mounting thing. I longed to explore it. Bess took my picture in it. It was charming. So was the trail tho' we ate many berries & finally reached Mame again before she began to look for us. The girls were delighted & the homesick ones no longer so. Bess made cocoa and we had arrow root crackers & some chocolates Miss Graef brought, and so went back happy - just in time to "wash up" for dinner. It's a nice row up there. We "dressed" & after dinner sat in the shack awhile

8/8/08
It was a fine afternoon and just after lunch we invited Miss Laurie & Miss Graef of Philadelphia and Miss Keeping & Miss Steele of N.Y. and went up to the site of the old camp - next to Farringtons. The old camp looked almost like a port (I took their pictures on a log in front). The girls met their artist friend & had a chat. Then we pro- ceeded thro' the camp-site to "laundry brook" - the other end & spread out things on the big rocks & admired the views &c. Then left Mame in charge & Bob
showed the rest of us the trail up to the road - thro' the woods - out by Bob's "view" (over the brook) thro' a berry patch, over a log & a fence, &c. &c. to the lovely road - a wild beautiful - mounting thing. I longed to explore it. Bess took my picture in it. It was charming. So was the trail tho' we ate many berries & finally reached Mame again before she began to look for us. The girls were delighted & the homesick ones no longer so. Bess made cocoa and we had arrow root crackers & some chocolates Miss Graef brought, and so went back happy - just in time to "wash up" for dinner. It's a nice row up there. We "dressed" & after dinner sat in the shack awhile
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