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Aug 25 Saturday A lovely day at last, and very calm. I dressed in my white ducks, after breakfast and rowed Trudy over to Gananoque to Church of England service. Nearly went to sleep - or fainted away or something in the midst of it - but it was all right outside. Dr. Franklin & his wife rowed over, too. And the Harums. We had a chicken dinner. After writing a couple of letters I rowed Gertrude around the Island - toward the east- to Kalaria and then all around back again. In the evening we sat on the dock and saw the sunset & then in the hammock till all hours. The moonlight is fine. Miss Fitzgerald of Ottawa proves quite interesting. I am reading “Penelope Irish Exp. Aug 26. Monday Another fine day. We put in the morning seeing people off for fishing trips and on the Calladore (Castle’s motor-boat) for a trip of the islands and so on, then went up to the head of the Island and sat on the rocks awhile reading "Penelope" aloud. Then I went in bathing in the little cove on the further side - it was fine there - a picnic party came just as I was finishing dressing - behind a tree - and we came


Aug 25 Saturday A lovely day at last, and very calm. I dressed in my white ducks, after breakfast and rowed Trudy over to Gananoque to Church of England service. Nearly went to sleep - or fainted away or something in the midst of it - but it was all right outside. Dr. Franklin & his wife rowed over, too. And the Harums. We had a chicken dinner. After writing a couple of letters I rowed Gertrude around the Island - toward the east- to Kalaria and then all around back again. In the evening we sat on the dock and saw the sunset & then in the hammock till all hours. The moonlight is fine. Miss Fitzgerald of Ottawa proves quite interesting. I am reading “Penelope Irish Exp. Aug 26. Monday Another fine day. We put in the morning seeing people off for fishing trips and on the Calladore (Castle’s motor-boat) for a trip of the islands and so on, then went up to the head of the Island and sat on the rocks awhile reading "Penelope" aloud. Then I went in bathing in the little cove on the further side - it was fine there - a picnic party came just as I was finishing dressing - behind a tree - and we came


Aug 25 Saturday A lovely day at last, and very calm. I dressed in my white ducks, after breakfast and rowed Trudy over to Gananoque to Church of England service. Nearly went to sleep - or fainted away or something in the midst of it - but it was all right outside. Dr. Franklin & his wife rowed over, too. And the Harums. We had a chicken dinner. After writing a couple of letters I rowed Gertrude around the Island - toward the east- to Kalaria and then all around back again. In the evening we sat on the dock and saw the sunset & then in the hammock till all hours. The moonlight is fine. Miss Fitzgerald of Ottawa proves quite interesting. I am reading “Penelope Irish Exp. Aug 26. Monday Another fine day. We put in the morning seeing people off for fishing trips and on the Calladore (Castle’s motor-boat) for a trip of the islands and so on, then went up to the head of the Island and sat on the rocks awhile reading "Penelope" aloud. Then I went in bathing in the little cove on the further side - it was fine there - a picnic party came just as I was finishing dressing - behind a tree - and we came

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