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1897
hailed the camp & then the store - where half the passengers were transferred to the Golden City & there was lantern smoke & introductions & goodbyes - & trunks being taken on & off and boats & the whole Rose family & Mr. Gray & Mr. Frier called on us & finally we swung away & the moon was up & the other places were merely memories of exclamations & shoving boats & shouts & lantern flickers & we got to Viamede dock before 11 and Mrs Graham met us & took us to our rooms (mine is 7 - E's 3 & N's 8) & gave us milk to drink & then we unpacked the necessaries and turned in - I to sleep finely. Sun. July 18. The sun rose in the West this morning - a way it has here. We got up about 8 and had breakfast at half-past. Met Dr. & Mrs. Pond of Pittsburgh & little Irene
who is very cute indeed. They sit at our table - Dr. & Mrs. Lindsay & 4 children - Griffith , Mary
, Lily
& Bob
at another and Mr. Dymond & 2 young ladies at another. It was a warm day & we 3 spent most of it down under the trees with hammock, shawl, cushions & box of candy & Con's - (He put a dear little note in it - about how I'd be missed!)

1897
hailed the camp & then the store - where half the passengers were transferred to the Golden City & there was lantern smoke & introductions & goodbyes - & trunks being taken on & off and boats & the whole Rose family & Mr. Gray & Mr. Frier called on us & finally we swung away & the moon was up & the other places were merely memories of exclamations & shoving boats & shouts & lantern flickers & we got to Viamede dock before 11 and Mrs Graham met us & took us to our rooms (mine is 7 - E's 3 & N's 8) & gave us milk to drink & then we unpacked the necessaries and turned in - I to sleep finely. Sun. July 18. The sun rose in the West this morning - a way it has here. We got up about 8 and had breakfast at half-past. Met Dr. & Mrs. Pond of Pittsburgh & little Irene
who is very cute indeed. They sit at our table - Dr. & Mrs. Lindsay & 4 children - Griffith , Mary
, Lily
& Bob
at another and Mr. Dymond & 2 young ladies at another. It was a warm day & we 3 spent most of it down under the trees with hammock, shawl, cushions & box of candy & Con's - (He put a dear little note in it - about how I'd be missed!)

1897
hailed the camp & then the store - where half the passengers were transferred to the Golden City & there was lantern smoke & introductions & goodbyes - & trunks being taken on & off and boats & the whole Rose family & Mr. Gray & Mr. Frier called on us & finally we swung away & the moon was up & the other places were merely memories of exclamations & shoving boats & shouts & lantern flickers & we got to Viamede dock before 11 and Mrs Graham met us & took us to our rooms (mine is 7 - E's 3 & N's 8) & gave us milk to drink & then we unpacked the necessaries and turned in - I to sleep finely. Sun. July 18. The sun rose in the West this morning - a way it has here. We got up about 8 and had breakfast at half-past. Met Dr. & Mrs. Pond of Pittsburgh & little Irene
who is very cute indeed. They sit at our table - Dr. & Mrs. Lindsay & 4 children - Griffith , Mary
, Lily
& Bob
at another and Mr. Dymond & 2 young ladies at another. It was a warm day & we 3 spent most of it down under the trees with hammock, shawl, cushions & box of candy & Con's - (He put a dear little note in it - about how I'd be missed!)
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