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watched people till dark - but the lovely moon lured us home "by Genesee Street" - which meant Brown & Madison West Avenue too. Con found he'd passed his 500th mile and we went down & got some claret phosphate to "wet it" - It was then about nine - & we walked over (stopping on the bridge to watch pretty canal boats go by) and called on Ned for half an hour & Con told us how he expected an "entirely new luck-line" when his hand got well! - It was nearly ten when we left - but Con thought the Oxford Street magnolias would look nice by moonlight - so we went over to see, and sure enough they did! Then we went out to Bates St. to see the Boswell House by moonlight and then I tho't I'd show Con the Wide Waters - and really - the bridge & the waters sparking in the moonlight & the little twinkling lights - way off - and the hills - and the city all baptized in moon - & star-light isn't so bad at 10:45 p.m! Calm road & upper East Avenue, and the wide spaces were simply alluring.


watched people till dark - but the lovely moon lured us home "by Genesee Street" - which meant Brown & Madison West Avenue too. Con found he'd passed his 500th mile and we went down & got some claret phosphate to "wet it" - It was then about nine - & we walked over (stopping on the bridge to watch pretty canal boats go by) and called on Ned for half an hour & Con told us how he expected an "entirely new luck-line" when his hand got well! - It was nearly ten when we left - but Con thought the Oxford Street magnolias would look nice by moonlight - so we went over to see, and sure enough they did! Then we went out to Bates St. to see the Boswell House by moonlight and then I tho't I'd show Con the Wide Waters - and really - the bridge & the waters sparking in the moonlight & the little twinkling lights - way off - and the hills - and the city all baptized in moon - & star-light isn't so bad at 10:45 p.m! Calm road & upper East Avenue, and the wide spaces were simply alluring.


watched people till dark - but the lovely moon lured us home "by Genesee Street" - which meant Brown & Madison West Avenue too. Con found he'd passed his 500th mile and we went down & got some claret phosphate to "wet it" - It was then about nine - & we walked over (stopping on the bridge to watch pretty canal boats go by) and called on Ned for half an hour & Con told us how he expected an "entirely new luck-line" when his hand got well! - It was nearly ten when we left - but Con thought the Oxford Street magnolias would look nice by moonlight - so we went over to see, and sure enough they did! Then we went out to Bates St. to see the Boswell House by moonlight and then I tho't I'd show Con the Wide Waters - and really - the bridge & the waters sparking in the moonlight & the little twinkling lights - way off - and the hills - and the city all baptized in moon - & star-light isn't so bad at 10:45 p.m! Calm road & upper East Avenue, and the wide spaces were simply alluring.

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