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252AUGUST 31 Wed. 10 Nothing much today. Claude home and Station begun. Poured tonight. Very tired & went to be rather early. Feel very rocky! Thurs 1911 Learned last night that Jim broke his leg at Clubb's house yesterday! Went to see him this noon. A strenuous day. Claude not home. Tappan going in 2 weeks - &c. &c. but it came out OK. Developed 2 rolls of pictures tonight. Edna, George & Lois were over in the evening. Went to bed late & tired. (Jim & Hahneman) Sat 1912 Not a very pleasant half holiday. I came home to lunch and then went back and saw "The girl of my Dreams" at the Lyceum. Rather cute but I couldn't hear half. Stern is in Toronto & Bohachek & Frey on Vacations. In the evening home. To bed early. Don't feel first rate. Mrs. Davis, Frances & Mrs. Baker back from Bedford. Sun 13 Nice day. To Cro'nest to dinner (out- doors) & then to Jim's house. He was there with Helen, Walter
& Marie. They took Mother for a ride & home. I went to Bess & Mary's & had a nice visit. Staid to supper & on the upper veranda. They came up (to church) with me. "Good to be home".
Mon. 1914 Rained in the night. We sat in the sun awhile & then we walked up to Bert's tent took pictures &c. The Adams went at noon after lots of five about dressing up &c. We rode over to Bert's new camp (the house) & Bess paddled the canoe back. Lovely p.m. There we went up to "Bug Lake Trail" & Bess of I walked to the Lake - which was lovely in the p.m. sun under the pines. Saw the Michaels crowd at landing. Had a moonlight row after supper and then dozed in the open camp. I like the peace.

252AUGUST 31 Wed. 10 Nothing much today. Claude home and Station begun. Poured tonight. Very tired & went to be rather early. Feel very rocky! Thurs 1911 Learned last night that Jim broke his leg at Clubb's house yesterday! Went to see him this noon. A strenuous day. Claude not home. Tappan going in 2 weeks - &c. &c. but it came out OK. Developed 2 rolls of pictures tonight. Edna, George & Lois were over in the evening. Went to bed late & tired. (Jim & Hahneman) Sat 1912 Not a very pleasant half holiday. I came home to lunch and then went back and saw "The girl of my Dreams" at the Lyceum. Rather cute but I couldn't hear half. Stern is in Toronto & Bohachek & Frey on Vacations. In the evening home. To bed early. Don't feel first rate. Mrs. Davis, Frances & Mrs. Baker back from Bedford. Sun 13 Nice day. To Cro'nest to dinner (out- doors) & then to Jim's house. He was there with Helen, Walter
& Marie. They took Mother for a ride & home. I went to Bess & Mary's & had a nice visit. Staid to supper & on the upper veranda. They came up (to church) with me. "Good to be home".
Mon. 1914 Rained in the night. We sat in the sun awhile & then we walked up to Bert's tent took pictures &c. The Adams went at noon after lots of five about dressing up &c. We rode over to Bert's new camp (the house) & Bess paddled the canoe back. Lovely p.m. There we went up to "Bug Lake Trail" & Bess of I walked to the Lake - which was lovely in the p.m. sun under the pines. Saw the Michaels crowd at landing. Had a moonlight row after supper and then dozed in the open camp. I like the peace.

252AUGUST 31 Wed. 10 Nothing much today. Claude home and Station begun. Poured tonight. Very tired & went to be rather early. Feel very rocky! Thurs 1911 Learned last night that Jim broke his leg at Clubb's house yesterday! Went to see him this noon. A strenuous day. Claude not home. Tappan going in 2 weeks - &c. &c. but it came out OK. Developed 2 rolls of pictures tonight. Edna, George & Lois were over in the evening. Went to bed late & tired. (Jim & Hahneman) Sat 1912 Not a very pleasant half holiday. I came home to lunch and then went back and saw "The girl of my Dreams" at the Lyceum. Rather cute but I couldn't hear half. Stern is in Toronto & Bohachek & Frey on Vacations. In the evening home. To bed early. Don't feel first rate. Mrs. Davis, Frances & Mrs. Baker back from Bedford. Sun 13 Nice day. To Cro'nest to dinner (out- doors) & then to Jim's house. He was there with Helen, Walter
& Marie. They took Mother for a ride & home. I went to Bess & Mary's & had a nice visit. Staid to supper & on the upper veranda. They came up (to church) with me. "Good to be home".
Mon. 1914 Rained in the night. We sat in the sun awhile & then we walked up to Bert's tent took pictures &c. The Adams went at noon after lots of five about dressing up &c. We rode over to Bert's new camp (the house) & Bess paddled the canoe back. Lovely p.m. There we went up to "Bug Lake Trail" & Bess of I walked to the Lake - which was lovely in the p.m. sun under the pines. Saw the Michaels crowd at landing. Had a moonlight row after supper and then dozed in the open camp. I like the peace.
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