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274SEPTEMBER 22 Thurs. 1910 Thermometer 35° this morning. Had roaring fire for breakfast & the pancakes & bacon disappeared very quick. A beautiful clear day - at nine we all got in the launch I went to McChessney's & from there Elsie Mrs. J. E. & I walked down to the lower camps (about 3 or 4 miles) thro' beautiful woods. Will & R. met us & we fixed the propeller & took pictures. Home at 11:30. Lots & lots of color in the woods now. Right after our big dinner Mrs. Reynolds (of my) Frank McChesney, Don Lewis, Roy Fowler & a Mr.Warren came over in the launch from McChesney's & the boys, Edith,Will, Rob & I climbed [illegible]mountain. We were about 50 mins. going up & nearly 2 hours gone. Mrs. R. sketched the reservoir, meanwhile. we sat by the fire & after they went I read in the hammock, but it was cold. The men went hunting & Roy Fowler saw 3 deer & he just came in this noon! Tonight we read & played Canfield. Misty moonlight. Fri. 1911 Nice day. Worked hard & so did CFB. Went out to Mrs [illegible] tonight & got my dress material she's had 7 months! Ripped & pasted in eve. Took a bath &c. very sleepy & tired. Poor little Tinker seems worse. I don't believe he's going to get well. Sun. 1912 A lovely day weather-wise but felt dreadfully. Henry was naughty & had to be sent to bed (& I don't think it was his fault either!) & I went to the office and worked & later to Lura's to supper. A good one of course - and a visit. Home about 9:45. Mon. 1913 Almost cleared this a.m. but a hard shower with hail this p.m. Went to Gordon & saw "Tess of the D'Uberville" Mrs. Fiske) tonight. When I got home made a furnace and a grate fire. It had turned cold. Then did cash accounts and co on. Tues. 1914 A hot day - 90° - like Summer. Lunched at McCurdy's for a change. At night Jim took me out to Penfield & we picked up Mother & Mrs. Backus
at Cobb's (Tuesday Club). Read &c. tonight. Very warm

274SEPTEMBER 22 Thurs. 1910 Thermometer 35° this morning. Had roaring fire for breakfast & the pancakes & bacon disappeared very quick. A beautiful clear day - at nine we all got in the launch I went to McChessney's & from there Elsie Mrs. J. E. & I walked down to the lower camps (about 3 or 4 miles) thro' beautiful woods. Will & R. met us & we fixed the propeller & took pictures. Home at 11:30. Lots & lots of color in the woods now. Right after our big dinner Mrs. Reynolds (of my) Frank McChesney, Don Lewis, Roy Fowler & a Mr.Warren came over in the launch from McChesney's & the boys, Edith,Will, Rob & I climbed [illegible]mountain. We were about 50 mins. going up & nearly 2 hours gone. Mrs. R. sketched the reservoir, meanwhile. we sat by the fire & after they went I read in the hammock, but it was cold. The men went hunting & Roy Fowler saw 3 deer & he just came in this noon! Tonight we read & played Canfield. Misty moonlight. Fri. 1911 Nice day. Worked hard & so did CFB. Went out to Mrs [illegible] tonight & got my dress material she's had 7 months! Ripped & pasted in eve. Took a bath &c. very sleepy & tired. Poor little Tinker seems worse. I don't believe he's going to get well. Sun. 1912 A lovely day weather-wise but felt dreadfully. Henry was naughty & had to be sent to bed (& I don't think it was his fault either!) & I went to the office and worked & later to Lura's to supper. A good one of course - and a visit. Home about 9:45. Mon. 1913 Almost cleared this a.m. but a hard shower with hail this p.m. Went to Gordon & saw "Tess of the D'Uberville" Mrs. Fiske) tonight. When I got home made a furnace and a grate fire. It had turned cold. Then did cash accounts and co on. Tues. 1914 A hot day - 90° - like Summer. Lunched at McCurdy's for a change. At night Jim took me out to Penfield & we picked up Mother & Mrs. Backus
at Cobb's (Tuesday Club). Read &c. tonight. Very warm

274SEPTEMBER 22 Thurs. 1910 Thermometer 35° this morning. Had roaring fire for breakfast & the pancakes & bacon disappeared very quick. A beautiful clear day - at nine we all got in the launch I went to McChessney's & from there Elsie Mrs. J. E. & I walked down to the lower camps (about 3 or 4 miles) thro' beautiful woods. Will & R. met us & we fixed the propeller & took pictures. Home at 11:30. Lots & lots of color in the woods now. Right after our big dinner Mrs. Reynolds (of my) Frank McChesney, Don Lewis, Roy Fowler & a Mr.Warren came over in the launch from McChesney's & the boys, Edith,Will, Rob & I climbed [illegible]mountain. We were about 50 mins. going up & nearly 2 hours gone. Mrs. R. sketched the reservoir, meanwhile. we sat by the fire & after they went I read in the hammock, but it was cold. The men went hunting & Roy Fowler saw 3 deer & he just came in this noon! Tonight we read & played Canfield. Misty moonlight. Fri. 1911 Nice day. Worked hard & so did CFB. Went out to Mrs [illegible] tonight & got my dress material she's had 7 months! Ripped & pasted in eve. Took a bath &c. very sleepy & tired. Poor little Tinker seems worse. I don't believe he's going to get well. Sun. 1912 A lovely day weather-wise but felt dreadfully. Henry was naughty & had to be sent to bed (& I don't think it was his fault either!) & I went to the office and worked & later to Lura's to supper. A good one of course - and a visit. Home about 9:45. Mon. 1913 Almost cleared this a.m. but a hard shower with hail this p.m. Went to Gordon & saw "Tess of the D'Uberville" Mrs. Fiske) tonight. When I got home made a furnace and a grate fire. It had turned cold. Then did cash accounts and co on. Tues. 1914 A hot day - 90° - like Summer. Lunched at McCurdy's for a change. At night Jim took me out to Penfield & we picked up Mother & Mrs. Backus
at Cobb's (Tuesday Club). Read &c. tonight. Very warm
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