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1900.
(I driving) had a magnificent drive to Wauwinet up past Sankaty Head across the purple moor – past the pond and on and on up to the little neck called “Wauwinet” between the harbor-end and the ocean – ‘a little hotel’ – all dining room – for fish dinner – a few cottages– one being occupied by Faversham, the actor, and some sailboats and dorys – That’s about all – We saw the “L’lian” go out for “town” – found scallop-shells on the shore and then walked across to the ocean – where the beach is lovely and there is a rock or two – and a life line – and dory go out to the lobster-pots. The drive home was even better – but shorter – than the other – “Lady” flew some of the way – but the fog was chasing her-in rifts and banks and veil-lets across the moor – now all over us and now heaped on the hills – all indescribably lovely. We sang all the way home – Mary leading – everything we could possibly think off, too. Arrived just as the supper bell rang.

1900.
(I driving) had a magnificent drive to Wauwinet up past Sankaty Head across the purple moor – past the pond and on and on up to the little neck called “Wauwinet” between the harbor-end and the ocean – ‘a little hotel’ – all dining room – for fish dinner – a few cottages– one being occupied by Faversham, the actor, and some sailboats and dorys – That’s about all – We saw the “L’lian” go out for “town” – found scallop-shells on the shore and then walked across to the ocean – where the beach is lovely and there is a rock or two – and a life line – and dory go out to the lobster-pots. The drive home was even better – but shorter – than the other – “Lady” flew some of the way – but the fog was chasing her-in rifts and banks and veil-lets across the moor – now all over us and now heaped on the hills – all indescribably lovely. We sang all the way home – Mary leading – everything we could possibly think off, too. Arrived just as the supper bell rang.

1900.
(I driving) had a magnificent drive to Wauwinet up past Sankaty Head across the purple moor – past the pond and on and on up to the little neck called “Wauwinet” between the harbor-end and the ocean – ‘a little hotel’ – all dining room – for fish dinner – a few cottages– one being occupied by Faversham, the actor, and some sailboats and dorys – That’s about all – We saw the “L’lian” go out for “town” – found scallop-shells on the shore and then walked across to the ocean – where the beach is lovely and there is a rock or two – and a life line – and dory go out to the lobster-pots. The drive home was even better – but shorter – than the other – “Lady” flew some of the way – but the fog was chasing her-in rifts and banks and veil-lets across the moor – now all over us and now heaped on the hills – all indescribably lovely. We sang all the way home – Mary leading – everything we could possibly think off, too. Arrived just as the supper bell rang.
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