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against a clear green sky and the shell light like reflection on the river and red light on the dunes and rich greens of the river banks - all changing to deeper and darker until the full moon sailed out and sent a silver light across the sea and a silver gleam on every blade & reed and particle of sand - Boone Island light and the twin lights at Pt. Porpoise & all the lights in the half circle between shown forth. A small white sail shot across the moon's path - and pretty soon, when Wiltsie, Mr. Perrin, Mr. Miller and a dozen or so children had lit the fire, its sparkling and sputter temporarily outshone all the rest. The happy children capered until about half past eight, and then we all strolled home - in the brightest moonlight I ever saw. "Hay rides" passed by, and while Alice "stowed away" Gurdon, Miss Iles, Mr. Perrin & I had a pleasant chat on the piazza. Then she came down & Wiltsie came out and Mrs. Reading & Miss Bradley & I all sat and ate Huyler's and some of Wiltsies plums & later strolled up to Lookout with Mrs. Reading. A letter from Claude.


against a clear green sky and the shell light like reflection on the river and red light on the dunes and rich greens of the river banks - all changing to deeper and darker until the full moon sailed out and sent a silver light across the sea and a silver gleam on every blade & reed and particle of sand - Boone Island light and the twin lights at Pt. Porpoise & all the lights in the half circle between shown forth. A small white sail shot across the moon's path - and pretty soon, when Wiltsie, Mr. Perrin, Mr. Miller and a dozen or so children had lit the fire, its sparkling and sputter temporarily outshone all the rest. The happy children capered until about half past eight, and then we all strolled home - in the brightest moonlight I ever saw. "Hay rides" passed by, and while Alice "stowed away" Gurdon, Miss Iles, Mr. Perrin & I had a pleasant chat on the piazza. Then she came down & Wiltsie came out and Mrs. Reading & Miss Bradley & I all sat and ate Huyler's and some of Wiltsies plums & later strolled up to Lookout with Mrs. Reading. A letter from Claude.


against a clear green sky and the shell light like reflection on the river and red light on the dunes and rich greens of the river banks - all changing to deeper and darker until the full moon sailed out and sent a silver light across the sea and a silver gleam on every blade & reed and particle of sand - Boone Island light and the twin lights at Pt. Porpoise & all the lights in the half circle between shown forth. A small white sail shot across the moon's path - and pretty soon, when Wiltsie, Mr. Perrin, Mr. Miller and a dozen or so children had lit the fire, its sparkling and sputter temporarily outshone all the rest. The happy children capered until about half past eight, and then we all strolled home - in the brightest moonlight I ever saw. "Hay rides" passed by, and while Alice "stowed away" Gurdon, Miss Iles, Mr. Perrin & I had a pleasant chat on the piazza. Then she came down & Wiltsie came out and Mrs. Reading & Miss Bradley & I all sat and ate Huyler's and some of Wiltsies plums & later strolled up to Lookout with Mrs. Reading. A letter from Claude.

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