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1893
in the roughness & Mama & Helen
didn't want to go very much, rowed over to Miller's and had a drink of sulphur water & bought some candy for them left behind and did some other trading & read the "Hemlock & Conesus Laker" and looked at flies - pike flies - and drank "lemon sauce and talked to a camper who was there about corn to roast &c. The funniest little non-descript wood stove, Post office (where people pick out their own mail), &c combined & called "The Restaurant". The road is lovely along there. It sprinkled again & I put on my mackintosh & gave Mate the cape & I had another drink of nice cold sulphur water & saw Ed Cheney
& some other young people gazing at us & finally we tore Mr. W. away from the flies & came back. It was perfectly calm again. We tried the "Echo" with very good results - as we got ans- wers not only from "Echo" but from Ned (on the Hill) & Baby (on the piazza). When we got in I rowed Ned &

1893
in the roughness & Mama & Helen
didn't want to go very much, rowed over to Miller's and had a drink of sulphur water & bought some candy for them left behind and did some other trading & read the "Hemlock & Conesus Laker" and looked at flies - pike flies - and drank "lemon sauce and talked to a camper who was there about corn to roast &c. The funniest little non-descript wood stove, Post office (where people pick out their own mail), &c combined & called "The Restaurant". The road is lovely along there. It sprinkled again & I put on my mackintosh & gave Mate the cape & I had another drink of nice cold sulphur water & saw Ed Cheney
& some other young people gazing at us & finally we tore Mr. W. away from the flies & came back. It was perfectly calm again. We tried the "Echo" with very good results - as we got ans- wers not only from "Echo" but from Ned (on the Hill) & Baby (on the piazza). When we got in I rowed Ned &

1893
in the roughness & Mama & Helen
didn't want to go very much, rowed over to Miller's and had a drink of sulphur water & bought some candy for them left behind and did some other trading & read the "Hemlock & Conesus Laker" and looked at flies - pike flies - and drank "lemon sauce and talked to a camper who was there about corn to roast &c. The funniest little non-descript wood stove, Post office (where people pick out their own mail), &c combined & called "The Restaurant". The road is lovely along there. It sprinkled again & I put on my mackintosh & gave Mate the cape & I had another drink of nice cold sulphur water & saw Ed Cheney
& some other young people gazing at us & finally we tore Mr. W. away from the flies & came back. It was perfectly calm again. We tried the "Echo" with very good results - as we got ans- wers not only from "Echo" but from Ned (on the Hill) & Baby (on the piazza). When we got in I rowed Ned &
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