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Mary Bunnell & then with Edith & her Mother to select a coat for E - from an agent. We did it - & other things! Immediately after dinner (about 2:30) Edith & little Greta Spinning & I started up Chestnut St.

and "Dieter's Hill" to the railroad - delightful views all the way (I tried one or two - timed) but such a climb. At the edge of the first vineyard we met Joe Burgess - all in tattered corduroys & a gun on his shoulder. Had a nice chat & he "swiped" us some some grapes which we consumed - partially - further up on a very sightly stone - then "buried" what were left, for future reference. At last we reached the railroad - & a potatoe field above it where the children began on their "all day suckers" and we all watched a long freight pass & the beautiful, beautiful valley below and hills opposite & about - all autumn colors and so lovely, ever on the gray Novemberish day. We strolled along the path and beside it, a mile or so south - gathering flowers writing on stones - drinking in the loveliness below, and enjoying life - when we came to the steep road which goes over toward Perkinsville, we went


Mary Bunnell & then with Edith & her Mother to select a coat for E - from an agent. We did it - & other things! Immediately after dinner (about 2:30) Edith & little Greta Spinning & I started up Chestnut St.

and "Dieter's Hill" to the railroad - delightful views all the way (I tried one or two - timed) but such a climb. At the edge of the first vineyard we met Joe Burgess - all in tattered corduroys & a gun on his shoulder. Had a nice chat & he "swiped" us some some grapes which we consumed - partially - further up on a very sightly stone - then "buried" what were left, for future reference. At last we reached the railroad - & a potatoe field above it where the children began on their "all day suckers" and we all watched a long freight pass & the beautiful, beautiful valley below and hills opposite & about - all autumn colors and so lovely, ever on the gray Novemberish day. We strolled along the path and beside it, a mile or so south - gathering flowers writing on stones - drinking in the loveliness below, and enjoying life - when we came to the steep road which goes over toward Perkinsville, we went


Mary Bunnell & then with Edith & her Mother to select a coat for E - from an agent. We did it - & other things! Immediately after dinner (about 2:30) Edith & little Greta Spinning & I started up Chestnut St.

and "Dieter's Hill" to the railroad - delightful views all the way (I tried one or two - timed) but such a climb. At the edge of the first vineyard we met Joe Burgess - all in tattered corduroys & a gun on his shoulder. Had a nice chat & he "swiped" us some some grapes which we consumed - partially - further up on a very sightly stone - then "buried" what were left, for future reference. At last we reached the railroad - & a potatoe field above it where the children began on their "all day suckers" and we all watched a long freight pass & the beautiful, beautiful valley below and hills opposite & about - all autumn colors and so lovely, ever on the gray Novemberish day. We strolled along the path and beside it, a mile or so south - gathering flowers writing on stones - drinking in the loveliness below, and enjoying life - when we came to the steep road which goes over toward Perkinsville, we went

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