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Mr. M. assured us that the steamer wouldn't be up and told us we couldn't get over by the lower path because of our little stream turning into a cataract. We went up "Bunnell Avenue" and found the gorge a sight to behold & the fire burning in the house & the Baby being dressed & Mr. W. just starting for us with rubbers & umbrellas. We had water proofs & changed our soaked shoes & stockings for dry & were very comfortable. As soon as breakfast was over, however, Ned & I put on our "togs" again - it wasn't raining so hard - and went down to see things. The brook had lashed up all the mud available about our bathing place & had quite changed the shore. We watched Mr. W. change its course - then walked along the shore up below the slate banks & cleared out the sulphur spring & got


Mr. M. assured us that the steamer wouldn't be up and told us we couldn't get over by the lower path because of our little stream turning into a cataract. We went up "Bunnell Avenue" and found the gorge a sight to behold & the fire burning in the house & the Baby being dressed & Mr. W. just starting for us with rubbers & umbrellas. We had water proofs & changed our soaked shoes & stockings for dry & were very comfortable. As soon as breakfast was over, however, Ned & I put on our "togs" again - it wasn't raining so hard - and went down to see things. The brook had lashed up all the mud available about our bathing place & had quite changed the shore. We watched Mr. W. change its course - then walked along the shore up below the slate banks & cleared out the sulphur spring & got


Mr. M. assured us that the steamer wouldn't be up and told us we couldn't get over by the lower path because of our little stream turning into a cataract. We went up "Bunnell Avenue" and found the gorge a sight to behold & the fire burning in the house & the Baby being dressed & Mr. W. just starting for us with rubbers & umbrellas. We had water proofs & changed our soaked shoes & stockings for dry & were very comfortable. As soon as breakfast was over, however, Ned & I put on our "togs" again - it wasn't raining so hard - and went down to see things. The brook had lashed up all the mud available about our bathing place & had quite changed the shore. We watched Mr. W. change its course - then walked along the shore up below the slate banks & cleared out the sulphur spring & got

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