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We met loads & loads of wheels. It was a delightful ride down. The sky had got gray & there was a little smell of rain. We checked our wheels at Summerville bath house & went up in the pavilion to coffee & sandwiches & a gaze at Ontario. The sunset too - a gorgeous red glow - with a schooner being towed out - the sails black against it. I felt too faint to ride back but the rest evidently wanted to so I got on an electric car, with Diana in front - & started a little behind them - we passed them on the long hill. The car was full of women - overflowing with glee - who had been on a picnic - They sang "Ben Bolt" &c on the way home. About halfway up the boulevard the rain began to fall & I thought of our poor riders (They did get soaking wet.) I got out at Plymouth Avenue & rode up under the trees in the darkness - only a few spatters of rain on me. May 31. Sunday. Up at 8 or so. A nice cool day. We had a grate fire & I lay on the divan & read magazines & rested. Went down to Mary's after dinner & sat all hour on the steps with her. She was sick yesterday & read "The Prisoner of Zenda". She likes Rudolph too - so do I. She wanted me to


We met loads & loads of wheels. It was a delightful ride down. The sky had got gray & there was a little smell of rain. We checked our wheels at Summerville bath house & went up in the pavilion to coffee & sandwiches & a gaze at Ontario. The sunset too - a gorgeous red glow - with a schooner being towed out - the sails black against it. I felt too faint to ride back but the rest evidently wanted to so I got on an electric car, with Diana in front - & started a little behind them - we passed them on the long hill. The car was full of women - overflowing with glee - who had been on a picnic - They sang "Ben Bolt" &c on the way home. About halfway up the boulevard the rain began to fall & I thought of our poor riders (They did get soaking wet.) I got out at Plymouth Avenue & rode up under the trees in the darkness - only a few spatters of rain on me. May 31. Sunday. Up at 8 or so. A nice cool day. We had a grate fire & I lay on the divan & read magazines & rested. Went down to Mary's after dinner & sat all hour on the steps with her. She was sick yesterday & read "The Prisoner of Zenda". She likes Rudolph too - so do I. She wanted me to


We met loads & loads of wheels. It was a delightful ride down. The sky had got gray & there was a little smell of rain. We checked our wheels at Summerville bath house & went up in the pavilion to coffee & sandwiches & a gaze at Ontario. The sunset too - a gorgeous red glow - with a schooner being towed out - the sails black against it. I felt too faint to ride back but the rest evidently wanted to so I got on an electric car, with Diana in front - & started a little behind them - we passed them on the long hill. The car was full of women - overflowing with glee - who had been on a picnic - They sang "Ben Bolt" &c on the way home. About halfway up the boulevard the rain began to fall & I thought of our poor riders (They did get soaking wet.) I got out at Plymouth Avenue & rode up under the trees in the darkness - only a few spatters of rain on me. May 31. Sunday. Up at 8 or so. A nice cool day. We had a grate fire & I lay on the divan & read magazines & rested. Went down to Mary's after dinner & sat all hour on the steps with her. She was sick yesterday & read "The Prisoner of Zenda". She likes Rudolph too - so do I. She wanted me to

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