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8.27.01
boats Miss Fitzgerald, Trudy & I in one boat (I rowing) Mr. Dumble, Miss Lathrop & Mrs. Mc- Cane in another and Mrs. Dumble, Mrs. Rice & Miss Dewitta and Herbie
in another all went over to Gananoque and took the 7:30 boat - the America to Clayton on a moonlight excursion. The river was actually like glass - I never saw it so smooth - and the moon was perfect. We enjoyed it immensely - stopped about an hour in Clayton and loafed around and then came home in the lovely moonlight again. We played a rhyming game and had quite a jolly time. Each in turn recited a line beginning “I saw” (the crows among the corn) "and the next time they must rhyme it & beginning “I heard” (the hunter blow his horn) then “I smelt” (the violets in the morn) “I tasted” (apple pie with scorn) “I felt” (forshaken and forlorn) That was mine - It is a rhyme of the senses. We rowed home in the perfect moonlight - arriving at the dock at 11:35 precisely. Trudy and I dipped our footseys in the water by the boat house before going to bed

8.27.01
boats Miss Fitzgerald, Trudy & I in one boat (I rowing) Mr. Dumble, Miss Lathrop & Mrs. Mc- Cane in another and Mrs. Dumble, Mrs. Rice & Miss Dewitta and Herbie
in another all went over to Gananoque and took the 7:30 boat - the America to Clayton on a moonlight excursion. The river was actually like glass - I never saw it so smooth - and the moon was perfect. We enjoyed it immensely - stopped about an hour in Clayton and loafed around and then came home in the lovely moonlight again. We played a rhyming game and had quite a jolly time. Each in turn recited a line beginning “I saw” (the crows among the corn) "and the next time they must rhyme it & beginning “I heard” (the hunter blow his horn) then “I smelt” (the violets in the morn) “I tasted” (apple pie with scorn) “I felt” (forshaken and forlorn) That was mine - It is a rhyme of the senses. We rowed home in the perfect moonlight - arriving at the dock at 11:35 precisely. Trudy and I dipped our footseys in the water by the boat house before going to bed

8.27.01
boats Miss Fitzgerald, Trudy & I in one boat (I rowing) Mr. Dumble, Miss Lathrop & Mrs. Mc- Cane in another and Mrs. Dumble, Mrs. Rice & Miss Dewitta and Herbie
in another all went over to Gananoque and took the 7:30 boat - the America to Clayton on a moonlight excursion. The river was actually like glass - I never saw it so smooth - and the moon was perfect. We enjoyed it immensely - stopped about an hour in Clayton and loafed around and then came home in the lovely moonlight again. We played a rhyming game and had quite a jolly time. Each in turn recited a line beginning “I saw” (the crows among the corn) "and the next time they must rhyme it & beginning “I heard” (the hunter blow his horn) then “I smelt” (the violets in the morn) “I tasted” (apple pie with scorn) “I felt” (forshaken and forlorn) That was mine - It is a rhyme of the senses. We rowed home in the perfect moonlight - arriving at the dock at 11:35 precisely. Trudy and I dipped our footseys in the water by the boat house before going to bed
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