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1897
but fear it's too much for my little camera. We found a shady place to camp, on top & I read one of Mr. D's
books & he the other, while Edith & Mary whittled & Ned carved initials (mine in a heart) on oaks. We staid (in spite of Edith's worry) till 10 minutes of twelve but climbed down & rowed stalwartly back in plenty of time for our 12:30 dinner. I spent a deliciously cool & comfortable after- noon in the hammmock with Stevenson's "Inland Voyage" and Con's box of candy (the last of it) and the girls reclining about me. Slept a few minutes, too. Mr. Graham tried to get the steamer & fell in with all good clothes on! Got out all right, but it tickled "Jimmy". The girls (Dymond) called on us & a squall came up & the lake got rough we didn't leave our retreat till it actually rained. Then played pedro, poker & told fortunes (6 girls of us) on the piazza. Miss Weir told mine by my hand- writing - a very complimentary one - & I told Hilda's with cards so as to completly mystify her. It seems it was very true!

1897
but fear it's too much for my little camera. We found a shady place to camp, on top & I read one of Mr. D's
books & he the other, while Edith & Mary whittled & Ned carved initials (mine in a heart) on oaks. We staid (in spite of Edith's worry) till 10 minutes of twelve but climbed down & rowed stalwartly back in plenty of time for our 12:30 dinner. I spent a deliciously cool & comfortable after- noon in the hammmock with Stevenson's "Inland Voyage" and Con's box of candy (the last of it) and the girls reclining about me. Slept a few minutes, too. Mr. Graham tried to get the steamer & fell in with all good clothes on! Got out all right, but it tickled "Jimmy". The girls (Dymond) called on us & a squall came up & the lake got rough we didn't leave our retreat till it actually rained. Then played pedro, poker & told fortunes (6 girls of us) on the piazza. Miss Weir told mine by my hand- writing - a very complimentary one - & I told Hilda's with cards so as to completly mystify her. It seems it was very true!

1897
but fear it's too much for my little camera. We found a shady place to camp, on top & I read one of Mr. D's
books & he the other, while Edith & Mary whittled & Ned carved initials (mine in a heart) on oaks. We staid (in spite of Edith's worry) till 10 minutes of twelve but climbed down & rowed stalwartly back in plenty of time for our 12:30 dinner. I spent a deliciously cool & comfortable after- noon in the hammmock with Stevenson's "Inland Voyage" and Con's box of candy (the last of it) and the girls reclining about me. Slept a few minutes, too. Mr. Graham tried to get the steamer & fell in with all good clothes on! Got out all right, but it tickled "Jimmy". The girls (Dymond) called on us & a squall came up & the lake got rough we didn't leave our retreat till it actually rained. Then played pedro, poker & told fortunes (6 girls of us) on the piazza. Miss Weir told mine by my hand- writing - a very complimentary one - & I told Hilda's with cards so as to completly mystify her. It seems it was very true!
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