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1897.
July 22 Thursday. to see that things were tight etc. etc. I over- slept this morning (woke up at 8:10) but wasn't very late to breakfast. The lake was perfectly calm and the air very clear. We all spent most of the day under the trees, tho' Hilda & I went over & and visited a House Boat (the Robbins of Pittsburgh) and chased geese and took a walk to the washwoman's with Mr. Dymond
(He recited "N for Nannie and B for Ben" to me going over and back.) We made a play of the plot, coming. Maude & I went bathing in the middle of the afternoon (when there were big breakers) and she and I had quite a long call from Flavie and "Zip" True after the other girls had gone up to dress. Between times we read, sewed, wrote, whittled cig. holders, &c &c also loafed. After supper Edith & Ned rowed us over to the post office and I got a letter from Gilmore. Then we rowed to "Fish Island" where we found the Dymonds & Ponds & the Lindsays came and we made a big glorious bon fire on top. We lay on a ridge of rocks overlooking all the lake. My head in Mary's lap (she fondled me, too) Ned's in mine

1897.
July 22 Thursday. to see that things were tight etc. etc. I over- slept this morning (woke up at 8:10) but wasn't very late to breakfast. The lake was perfectly calm and the air very clear. We all spent most of the day under the trees, tho' Hilda & I went over & and visited a House Boat (the Robbins of Pittsburgh) and chased geese and took a walk to the washwoman's with Mr. Dymond
(He recited "N for Nannie and B for Ben" to me going over and back.) We made a play of the plot, coming. Maude & I went bathing in the middle of the afternoon (when there were big breakers) and she and I had quite a long call from Flavie and "Zip" True after the other girls had gone up to dress. Between times we read, sewed, wrote, whittled cig. holders, &c &c also loafed. After supper Edith & Ned rowed us over to the post office and I got a letter from Gilmore. Then we rowed to "Fish Island" where we found the Dymonds & Ponds & the Lindsays came and we made a big glorious bon fire on top. We lay on a ridge of rocks overlooking all the lake. My head in Mary's lap (she fondled me, too) Ned's in mine

1897.
July 22 Thursday. to see that things were tight etc. etc. I over- slept this morning (woke up at 8:10) but wasn't very late to breakfast. The lake was perfectly calm and the air very clear. We all spent most of the day under the trees, tho' Hilda & I went over & and visited a House Boat (the Robbins of Pittsburgh) and chased geese and took a walk to the washwoman's with Mr. Dymond
(He recited "N for Nannie and B for Ben" to me going over and back.) We made a play of the plot, coming. Maude & I went bathing in the middle of the afternoon (when there were big breakers) and she and I had quite a long call from Flavie and "Zip" True after the other girls had gone up to dress. Between times we read, sewed, wrote, whittled cig. holders, &c &c also loafed. After supper Edith & Ned rowed us over to the post office and I got a letter from Gilmore. Then we rowed to "Fish Island" where we found the Dymonds & Ponds & the Lindsays came and we made a big glorious bon fire on top. We lay on a ridge of rocks overlooking all the lake. My head in Mary's lap (she fondled me, too) Ned's in mine
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