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8.28.01
staid in the cove (there were so many of us) I went out where it was well up above my waist and swam ten strokes without touching bottom - tho’ I only “stroked” with one of my legs- I hated to put them both out at once - but I didn’t let ‘em touch. I swam 7 and 8 strokes a number of times. After awhile we went back to the cove and some of them dove. Mrs. Arnold jumped in, too and when she got dressed she and Mr. Mc Connell went out and had their pictures take in a canoe, by Miss Boddy. We were in our bathing suits about an hour and a half, I guess - and got home only in time for a late supper (pancakes!) It was another perfect moonlight night - even brighter than last night. I rowed Trudy over to Gananoque and we tried to break into the P.O., but didn’t succeed. Also called at the Inn to find out about boats &c. Then we rowed back slowly and up and down the Island a bit. It was so bright Gertrude read a pamphlet

8.28.01
staid in the cove (there were so many of us) I went out where it was well up above my waist and swam ten strokes without touching bottom - tho’ I only “stroked” with one of my legs- I hated to put them both out at once - but I didn’t let ‘em touch. I swam 7 and 8 strokes a number of times. After awhile we went back to the cove and some of them dove. Mrs. Arnold jumped in, too and when she got dressed she and Mr. Mc Connell went out and had their pictures take in a canoe, by Miss Boddy. We were in our bathing suits about an hour and a half, I guess - and got home only in time for a late supper (pancakes!) It was another perfect moonlight night - even brighter than last night. I rowed Trudy over to Gananoque and we tried to break into the P.O., but didn’t succeed. Also called at the Inn to find out about boats &c. Then we rowed back slowly and up and down the Island a bit. It was so bright Gertrude read a pamphlet

8.28.01
staid in the cove (there were so many of us) I went out where it was well up above my waist and swam ten strokes without touching bottom - tho’ I only “stroked” with one of my legs- I hated to put them both out at once - but I didn’t let ‘em touch. I swam 7 and 8 strokes a number of times. After awhile we went back to the cove and some of them dove. Mrs. Arnold jumped in, too and when she got dressed she and Mr. Mc Connell went out and had their pictures take in a canoe, by Miss Boddy. We were in our bathing suits about an hour and a half, I guess - and got home only in time for a late supper (pancakes!) It was another perfect moonlight night - even brighter than last night. I rowed Trudy over to Gananoque and we tried to break into the P.O., but didn’t succeed. Also called at the Inn to find out about boats &c. Then we rowed back slowly and up and down the Island a bit. It was so bright Gertrude read a pamphlet
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