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nice dry clean clothes on and our hair dry enough to do up & put under a - "beret" (I wore Mate's red one - tho' I had my blue "Tam" - which is the same thing but not so French). Then we had some whiskey & sugar & water - Mate's prescription - and I got into the hammock & rocked & dreamed & talked & only got out for our nice late dinner. We saw Mate's photographs. Someone read aloud part of the afternoon & it rained so we couldn't row till late. We watched a boat that was drifting up and down the lake (the wind changed once or twice) and then another - & Mr. Mannins

rowing frantically out after it and then two young men rowing still more frantically after him - & at last taking it up home. When the clouds broke up and most beautifully and the lake was delightfully calm and lovely - and everything was


nice dry clean clothes on and our hair dry enough to do up & put under a - "beret" (I wore Mate's red one - tho' I had my blue "Tam" - which is the same thing but not so French). Then we had some whiskey & sugar & water - Mate's prescription - and I got into the hammock & rocked & dreamed & talked & only got out for our nice late dinner. We saw Mate's photographs. Someone read aloud part of the afternoon & it rained so we couldn't row till late. We watched a boat that was drifting up and down the lake (the wind changed once or twice) and then another - & Mr. Mannins

rowing frantically out after it and then two young men rowing still more frantically after him - & at last taking it up home. When the clouds broke up and most beautifully and the lake was delightfully calm and lovely - and everything was


nice dry clean clothes on and our hair dry enough to do up & put under a - "beret" (I wore Mate's red one - tho' I had my blue "Tam" - which is the same thing but not so French). Then we had some whiskey & sugar & water - Mate's prescription - and I got into the hammock & rocked & dreamed & talked & only got out for our nice late dinner. We saw Mate's photographs. Someone read aloud part of the afternoon & it rained so we couldn't row till late. We watched a boat that was drifting up and down the lake (the wind changed once or twice) and then another - & Mr. Mannins

rowing frantically out after it and then two young men rowing still more frantically after him - & at last taking it up home. When the clouds broke up and most beautifully and the lake was delightfully calm and lovely - and everything was

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