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Aug 27. Tuesday. Another almost perfect day - we are as much favored with weather this week as we were un-favored last. This morning after a little loaf we all got in the yacht and went to town to see Miss Hiam & Miss Fitzgerald off on the Wanderer trip. Then we went over to the Inn and found the Antelope had taken the Valeria’s place & wouldn’t make any more afternoon trips - ! Then I bought a big muskmelon and while we all waited for Herbie

to hear about the railroad wreck, Mr. Dumble cut the melon and we all had some. It was perfectly delight- ful sailing - but hot otherwise. Had time for a nice long bath with Mr. & Mrs. Dumble, before dinner. Trudy took our picture - sitting on the Kamperdown. After dinner Mrs. Alexander and Ruth and Mr. Barnum left for Rochester - and most of the others sailed off with them. Trudy napped and I answered letters and chatted and watched the children for Mrs. Rice. It was a perfect moon- light night - almost full moon - and after a great deal of planning about


Aug 27. Tuesday. Another almost perfect day - we are as much favored with weather this week as we were un-favored last. This morning after a little loaf we all got in the yacht and went to town to see Miss Hiam & Miss Fitzgerald off on the Wanderer trip. Then we went over to the Inn and found the Antelope had taken the Valeria’s place & wouldn’t make any more afternoon trips - ! Then I bought a big muskmelon and while we all waited for Herbie

to hear about the railroad wreck, Mr. Dumble cut the melon and we all had some. It was perfectly delight- ful sailing - but hot otherwise. Had time for a nice long bath with Mr. & Mrs. Dumble, before dinner. Trudy took our picture - sitting on the Kamperdown. After dinner Mrs. Alexander and Ruth and Mr. Barnum left for Rochester - and most of the others sailed off with them. Trudy napped and I answered letters and chatted and watched the children for Mrs. Rice. It was a perfect moon- light night - almost full moon - and after a great deal of planning about


Aug 27. Tuesday. Another almost perfect day - we are as much favored with weather this week as we were un-favored last. This morning after a little loaf we all got in the yacht and went to town to see Miss Hiam & Miss Fitzgerald off on the Wanderer trip. Then we went over to the Inn and found the Antelope had taken the Valeria’s place & wouldn’t make any more afternoon trips - ! Then I bought a big muskmelon and while we all waited for Herbie

to hear about the railroad wreck, Mr. Dumble cut the melon and we all had some. It was perfectly delight- ful sailing - but hot otherwise. Had time for a nice long bath with Mr. & Mrs. Dumble, before dinner. Trudy took our picture - sitting on the Kamperdown. After dinner Mrs. Alexander and Ruth and Mr. Barnum left for Rochester - and most of the others sailed off with them. Trudy napped and I answered letters and chatted and watched the children for Mrs. Rice. It was a perfect moon- light night - almost full moon - and after a great deal of planning about

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