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8-20-01
Rice and “Mary,” Miss Lathrop, Mr. Dumble &c. &c. We had time to partly unpack and dress before dinner and I sat next to a Miss Ross of Ottawa who reminds me some of Hilda. The Trumbell boys of Montreal (canoeists) are near us &c. &c. The dinner tasted good. I spent a good deal of the afternoon in my hammock reading – we took a little walk after supper – and in the evening – in spite of the fact that we were invited to sardine sandwiches – we went to bed early very tired. Aug 21 Wed. A lovely breezy morning – we rather expected Mary on the “Wanderer” – but decided to take the boat ourselves if she didn’t come. Quite a party accumulated and we had a lovely sail over and Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. Dumble, Miss Rice, Mr. Wetmore & young Lansing, Mr. Anderson, Trudy and I got on – it certainly was a beautiful trip thro' the Islands, especially the Canadian ones and the American one are oh! so ornate! We went up to the Park

8-20-01
Rice and “Mary,” Miss Lathrop, Mr. Dumble &c. &c. We had time to partly unpack and dress before dinner and I sat next to a Miss Ross of Ottawa who reminds me some of Hilda. The Trumbell boys of Montreal (canoeists) are near us &c. &c. The dinner tasted good. I spent a good deal of the afternoon in my hammock reading – we took a little walk after supper – and in the evening – in spite of the fact that we were invited to sardine sandwiches – we went to bed early very tired. Aug 21 Wed. A lovely breezy morning – we rather expected Mary on the “Wanderer” – but decided to take the boat ourselves if she didn’t come. Quite a party accumulated and we had a lovely sail over and Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. Dumble, Miss Rice, Mr. Wetmore & young Lansing, Mr. Anderson, Trudy and I got on – it certainly was a beautiful trip thro' the Islands, especially the Canadian ones and the American one are oh! so ornate! We went up to the Park

8-20-01
Rice and “Mary,” Miss Lathrop, Mr. Dumble &c. &c. We had time to partly unpack and dress before dinner and I sat next to a Miss Ross of Ottawa who reminds me some of Hilda. The Trumbell boys of Montreal (canoeists) are near us &c. &c. The dinner tasted good. I spent a good deal of the afternoon in my hammock reading – we took a little walk after supper – and in the evening – in spite of the fact that we were invited to sardine sandwiches – we went to bed early very tired. Aug 21 Wed. A lovely breezy morning – we rather expected Mary on the “Wanderer” – but decided to take the boat ourselves if she didn’t come. Quite a party accumulated and we had a lovely sail over and Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. Dumble, Miss Rice, Mr. Wetmore & young Lansing, Mr. Anderson, Trudy and I got on – it certainly was a beautiful trip thro' the Islands, especially the Canadian ones and the American one are oh! so ornate! We went up to the Park
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