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9-01-01
dinner the Turnbulls left (for Rochester) on their sail boat. I had quite a chat with Miss Lang & showed her how to use her camera, where upon she wasted about 4 films – more. Mrs. Anderson suddenly made up her mind to start for Texas – going by the “Wanderer” at four o’clock to Clayton and in the morning on to Buffalo, so Trudy & I decided to go to Clayton with her. We sailed across in a stiff breeze (with 4 trunks and the Dumbles and Mr. Miss Lathrop) Just then the North king came in (late) and I remarked we might take her – where upon Mrs. A hurried Herbie
to the dock – interviewed the Purser. Had her trunks “whewad” into the hold and before we knew it was off for Rochester. Of course we took the “Wanderer” just the same and sat down stairs in the stern (it was raining) We went thro’ the Lost Channel and around Heart Island for the fifth time and finally arrived at Clayton in the pouring rain at nearly seven o’clock – we got our trunks examined

9-01-01
dinner the Turnbulls left (for Rochester) on their sail boat. I had quite a chat with Miss Lang & showed her how to use her camera, where upon she wasted about 4 films – more. Mrs. Anderson suddenly made up her mind to start for Texas – going by the “Wanderer” at four o’clock to Clayton and in the morning on to Buffalo, so Trudy & I decided to go to Clayton with her. We sailed across in a stiff breeze (with 4 trunks and the Dumbles and Mr. Miss Lathrop) Just then the North king came in (late) and I remarked we might take her – where upon Mrs. A hurried Herbie
to the dock – interviewed the Purser. Had her trunks “whewad” into the hold and before we knew it was off for Rochester. Of course we took the “Wanderer” just the same and sat down stairs in the stern (it was raining) We went thro’ the Lost Channel and around Heart Island for the fifth time and finally arrived at Clayton in the pouring rain at nearly seven o’clock – we got our trunks examined

9-01-01
dinner the Turnbulls left (for Rochester) on their sail boat. I had quite a chat with Miss Lang & showed her how to use her camera, where upon she wasted about 4 films – more. Mrs. Anderson suddenly made up her mind to start for Texas – going by the “Wanderer” at four o’clock to Clayton and in the morning on to Buffalo, so Trudy & I decided to go to Clayton with her. We sailed across in a stiff breeze (with 4 trunks and the Dumbles and Mr. Miss Lathrop) Just then the North king came in (late) and I remarked we might take her – where upon Mrs. A hurried Herbie
to the dock – interviewed the Purser. Had her trunks “whewad” into the hold and before we knew it was off for Rochester. Of course we took the “Wanderer” just the same and sat down stairs in the stern (it was raining) We went thro’ the Lost Channel and around Heart Island for the fifth time and finally arrived at Clayton in the pouring rain at nearly seven o’clock – we got our trunks examined
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