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when they had to stop and let the screw machinery cool &c.&c. He wants me to read Boothby's "Dr. Nickola" and "The White Devil" &c. Their book to- gether is "On the Willoughby" (I understood it) Their afri Australian experience &c. He's awfully good company - & such charming English. "Thah's a stah! Bah Jove!" in the pure accent even! They were here till nearly 11, and when Mr. D.

came up from the dock he called me down stairs to tell me we were invited over there for a banjo, bonfire & song party Saturday night. Late to bed! July 30 Friday Foggy when Jimmie called us, but lovely afterwards. We 4 and Mr. Dymond started on the "Sunbeam" at 6:30. The clouds & the lake were perfectly gorgeous. We called at Juniper, Forest Nook & Coxe's and got 33 people on in all (Flavie, Harold True &Stewart "ran" the ex- coursion) including Mr. & Mrs Meyer, who got on at Burleigh locks. The girls were very tired & pretty cross, I managed to keep up all right myself, till afternoon. The lakes were beautiful in the morning sunlight. We got off at every lock, & took a litte walk and talked & jollied each other. All thro' Deer Bay - which is unusually beautiful, high densely wooded banks on oneside.

when they had to stop and let the screw machinery cool &c.&c. He wants me to read Boothby's "Dr. Nickola" and "The White Devil" &c. Their book to- gether is "On the Willoughby" (I understood it) Their afri Australian experience &c. He's awfully good company - & such charming English. "Thah's a stah! Bah Jove!" in the pure accent even! They were here till nearly 11, and when Mr. D.

came up from the dock he called me down stairs to tell me we were invited over there for a banjo, bonfire & song party Saturday night. Late to bed! July 30 Friday Foggy when Jimmie called us, but lovely afterwards. We 4 and Mr. Dymond started on the "Sunbeam" at 6:30. The clouds & the lake were perfectly gorgeous. We called at Juniper, Forest Nook & Coxe's and got 33 people on in all (Flavie, Harold True &Stewart "ran" the ex- coursion) including Mr. & Mrs Meyer, who got on at Burleigh locks. The girls were very tired & pretty cross, I managed to keep up all right myself, till afternoon. The lakes were beautiful in the morning sunlight. We got off at every lock, & took a litte walk and talked & jollied each other. All thro' Deer Bay - which is unusually beautiful, high densely wooded banks on oneside.

when they had to stop and let the screw machinery cool &c.&c. He wants me to read Boothby's "Dr. Nickola" and "The White Devil" &c. Their book to- gether is "On the Willoughby" (I understood it) Their afri Australian experience &c. He's awfully good company - & such charming English. "Thah's a stah! Bah Jove!" in the pure accent even! They were here till nearly 11, and when Mr. D.

came up from the dock he called me down stairs to tell me we were invited over there for a banjo, bonfire & song party Saturday night. Late to bed! July 30 Friday Foggy when Jimmie called us, but lovely afterwards. We 4 and Mr. Dymond started on the "Sunbeam" at 6:30. The clouds & the lake were perfectly gorgeous. We called at Juniper, Forest Nook & Coxe's and got 33 people on in all (Flavie, Harold True &Stewart "ran" the ex- coursion) including Mr. & Mrs Meyer, who got on at Burleigh locks. The girls were very tired & pretty cross, I managed to keep up all right myself, till afternoon. The lakes were beautiful in the morning sunlight. We got off at every lock, & took a litte walk and talked & jollied each other. All thro' Deer Bay - which is unusually beautiful, high densely wooded banks on oneside.
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