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275SEPTEMBER 23 Fri. 1910 Beautiful misty sunrise. Had an early breakfast with Will & Elsie and then went down with them in the launch to meet "the milk". The four boys from the other camps came down too. They saw a flock of 35 ducks on the way. Spent the morning reading " [illegible] Sanderson" in front of the big grate fire and went up to the reservoir room to take a picture. After dinner was settled, Will, Elsie, Edith & I took a 4 mile walk up the wood road thro' Spencer clearing to Perry Clear- ing. The view there is beautiful - & the foliage! Dark tho' we were gone 2 hours. Later I took Hattie rowed the lake which was like glass. Will & 2 boys went hunting. He gave Edith & me a canoe ride this a.m. got off on the Island. Fan tan tonight. Sat. 1911 Lovely morning. Tinker's other eye affected she is in pain. I telephoned the humane Society as she must not suffer any longer poor dear. We gave him a lot of cream Mother combed him &c. & then he went. I stayed at the office this p.m. and went to Lura's to dinner - with Charlotte & the we 3 went over to the Industrial Exposition. It wasn't much but I enjoyed being with the girls had a good time Mon. 1912 Rained all day. Very busy. Lunched with Bess & Mary and then worked again. Shopped. Went to Hippo tonight & was late home, wrote & figured. Tues. 1913 Lovely night (but coolest) Mary B. and I went to the Exposition - all thro'! it - even to popcorn fritters - and came home as the fireworks were going off. Wed. 1914 Cooler & the first cloudy day in 2 weeks! Had Florence to lunch today & saw Bess & Mary later. Tonight sorted & planned pictures &c. &c. all reading a Marie Corelli book of [illegible]!!

275SEPTEMBER 23 Fri. 1910 Beautiful misty sunrise. Had an early breakfast with Will & Elsie and then went down with them in the launch to meet "the milk". The four boys from the other camps came down too. They saw a flock of 35 ducks on the way. Spent the morning reading " [illegible] Sanderson" in front of the big grate fire and went up to the reservoir room to take a picture. After dinner was settled, Will, Elsie, Edith & I took a 4 mile walk up the wood road thro' Spencer clearing to Perry Clear- ing. The view there is beautiful - & the foliage! Dark tho' we were gone 2 hours. Later I took Hattie rowed the lake which was like glass. Will & 2 boys went hunting. He gave Edith & me a canoe ride this a.m. got off on the Island. Fan tan tonight. Sat. 1911 Lovely morning. Tinker's other eye affected she is in pain. I telephoned the humane Society as she must not suffer any longer poor dear. We gave him a lot of cream Mother combed him &c. & then he went. I stayed at the office this p.m. and went to Lura's to dinner - with Charlotte & the we 3 went over to the Industrial Exposition. It wasn't much but I enjoyed being with the girls had a good time Mon. 1912 Rained all day. Very busy. Lunched with Bess & Mary and then worked again. Shopped. Went to Hippo tonight & was late home, wrote & figured. Tues. 1913 Lovely night (but coolest) Mary B. and I went to the Exposition - all thro'! it - even to popcorn fritters - and came home as the fireworks were going off. Wed. 1914 Cooler & the first cloudy day in 2 weeks! Had Florence to lunch today & saw Bess & Mary later. Tonight sorted & planned pictures &c. &c. all reading a Marie Corelli book of [illegible]!!

275SEPTEMBER 23 Fri. 1910 Beautiful misty sunrise. Had an early breakfast with Will & Elsie and then went down with them in the launch to meet "the milk". The four boys from the other camps came down too. They saw a flock of 35 ducks on the way. Spent the morning reading " [illegible] Sanderson" in front of the big grate fire and went up to the reservoir room to take a picture. After dinner was settled, Will, Elsie, Edith & I took a 4 mile walk up the wood road thro' Spencer clearing to Perry Clear- ing. The view there is beautiful - & the foliage! Dark tho' we were gone 2 hours. Later I took Hattie rowed the lake which was like glass. Will & 2 boys went hunting. He gave Edith & me a canoe ride this a.m. got off on the Island. Fan tan tonight. Sat. 1911 Lovely morning. Tinker's other eye affected she is in pain. I telephoned the humane Society as she must not suffer any longer poor dear. We gave him a lot of cream Mother combed him &c. & then he went. I stayed at the office this p.m. and went to Lura's to dinner - with Charlotte & the we 3 went over to the Industrial Exposition. It wasn't much but I enjoyed being with the girls had a good time Mon. 1912 Rained all day. Very busy. Lunched with Bess & Mary and then worked again. Shopped. Went to Hippo tonight & was late home, wrote & figured. Tues. 1913 Lovely night (but coolest) Mary B. and I went to the Exposition - all thro'! it - even to popcorn fritters - and came home as the fireworks were going off. Wed. 1914 Cooler & the first cloudy day in 2 weeks! Had Florence to lunch today & saw Bess & Mary later. Tonight sorted & planned pictures &c. &c. all reading a Marie Corelli book of [illegible]!!
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