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July 24. Saturday A lovely morning, but we were all rather tired and spent it on the piazza, mostly, reading, talking, working & telling fortunes. I told Maud Weir's - and pretty well, Hilda told me afterwards. We saw the house boat "Lotus" coming in to Mt. Julian and went over to the dock & met Dr. Lindsay's friends, the Robbins - rich coal men of Pittsburgh who were going up to Jack's Lake. They offered the Dr. the boat for the afternoon - as they'd paid for it till night, & he gladly accepted it & got up a party of twelve to go. We 4 girls, Mr. Dymond

& his two Mr. & Mrs. Lindsay, Miss Chrystie, Miss Carruthers, and Miss Dymond. Ned & I foraged the woods for birch back to make memo-cards, & got lots of its, when we came back we found Flavie, Harold True & a young Stewart, come to see us about a trip to Chemongon Tuesday. They left just before dinner while I was over to Christie's. There was a hard shower just before dinner and just after it. We all hustled to get ready and did so to as to start promptly at two for Lakefield - and what a delightful trip it was! Like sitting on a front piazza and having it move along between beautiful island & under the ever-changing and ever beautiful sky. We sat about enjoying it fully. We girls & the two men went up on the hurricane deck and took some picture & strolled about and finally all went down but Maud, Dr. L. Mr. D.
& I and we sat there and talked & watched Clear Lake go by a good a while. Then went down & I did likewise. When we got into Young's Point locks

July 24. Saturday A lovely morning, but we were all rather tired and spent it on the piazza, mostly, reading, talking, working & telling fortunes. I told Maud Weir's - and pretty well, Hilda told me afterwards. We saw the house boat "Lotus" coming in to Mt. Julian and went over to the dock & met Dr. Lindsay's friends, the Robbins - rich coal men of Pittsburgh who were going up to Jack's Lake. They offered the Dr. the boat for the afternoon - as they'd paid for it till night, & he gladly accepted it & got up a party of twelve to go. We 4 girls, Mr. Dymond

& his two Mr. & Mrs. Lindsay, Miss Chrystie, Miss Carruthers, and Miss Dymond. Ned & I foraged the woods for birch back to make memo-cards, & got lots of its, when we came back we found Flavie, Harold True & a young Stewart, come to see us about a trip to Chemongon Tuesday. They left just before dinner while I was over to Christie's. There was a hard shower just before dinner and just after it. We all hustled to get ready and did so to as to start promptly at two for Lakefield - and what a delightful trip it was! Like sitting on a front piazza and having it move along between beautiful island & under the ever-changing and ever beautiful sky. We sat about enjoying it fully. We girls & the two men went up on the hurricane deck and took some picture & strolled about and finally all went down but Maud, Dr. L. Mr. D.
& I and we sat there and talked & watched Clear Lake go by a good a while. Then went down & I did likewise. When we got into Young's Point locks

July 24. Saturday A lovely morning, but we were all rather tired and spent it on the piazza, mostly, reading, talking, working & telling fortunes. I told Maud Weir's - and pretty well, Hilda told me afterwards. We saw the house boat "Lotus" coming in to Mt. Julian and went over to the dock & met Dr. Lindsay's friends, the Robbins - rich coal men of Pittsburgh who were going up to Jack's Lake. They offered the Dr. the boat for the afternoon - as they'd paid for it till night, & he gladly accepted it & got up a party of twelve to go. We 4 girls, Mr. Dymond

& his two Mr. & Mrs. Lindsay, Miss Chrystie, Miss Carruthers, and Miss Dymond. Ned & I foraged the woods for birch back to make memo-cards, & got lots of its, when we came back we found Flavie, Harold True & a young Stewart, come to see us about a trip to Chemongon Tuesday. They left just before dinner while I was over to Christie's. There was a hard shower just before dinner and just after it. We all hustled to get ready and did so to as to start promptly at two for Lakefield - and what a delightful trip it was! Like sitting on a front piazza and having it move along between beautiful island & under the ever-changing and ever beautiful sky. We sat about enjoying it fully. We girls & the two men went up on the hurricane deck and took some picture & strolled about and finally all went down but Maud, Dr. L. Mr. D.
& I and we sat there and talked & watched Clear Lake go by a good a while. Then went down & I did likewise. When we got into Young's Point locks
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