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1899
with his nice dog “Bob” – who immediately sat down in the Pond. Then Ernest and Willie
” and I fished for minnows and I for frogs – with a bit of red flannel – till time to go home to dinner. After dinner I rowed Trudy over to the Prospect House and we found Mrs. Colver alone in her room packing and had a nice chat. Then she walked with us over to where the others were, at Duryea’s Camp – down the road. The most beautiful place - all rustic and lovely. The dining room was especially fine - with table, sideboard and sidetable of rustic work – panel of birch back and deer, wildcat and bear heads about and panther & other skins. There was also an enormous moose head in the house. We found the Clarks & the two Frederick Colvers here, and Mr. and Mrs. Willson, the latter a mere girl and bewitchingly beautiful, I thought – a pure blonde. I could hardly believe the little boy - in trousers – whom we saw at the hotel was hers – to say nothing of the blonde baby which “Rosa” – a very black nurse – was caring for – after we had bid them goodbye (we saw Miss Willson too

1899
with his nice dog “Bob” – who immediately sat down in the Pond. Then Ernest and Willie
” and I fished for minnows and I for frogs – with a bit of red flannel – till time to go home to dinner. After dinner I rowed Trudy over to the Prospect House and we found Mrs. Colver alone in her room packing and had a nice chat. Then she walked with us over to where the others were, at Duryea’s Camp – down the road. The most beautiful place - all rustic and lovely. The dining room was especially fine - with table, sideboard and sidetable of rustic work – panel of birch back and deer, wildcat and bear heads about and panther & other skins. There was also an enormous moose head in the house. We found the Clarks & the two Frederick Colvers here, and Mr. and Mrs. Willson, the latter a mere girl and bewitchingly beautiful, I thought – a pure blonde. I could hardly believe the little boy - in trousers – whom we saw at the hotel was hers – to say nothing of the blonde baby which “Rosa” – a very black nurse – was caring for – after we had bid them goodbye (we saw Miss Willson too

1899
with his nice dog “Bob” – who immediately sat down in the Pond. Then Ernest and Willie
” and I fished for minnows and I for frogs – with a bit of red flannel – till time to go home to dinner. After dinner I rowed Trudy over to the Prospect House and we found Mrs. Colver alone in her room packing and had a nice chat. Then she walked with us over to where the others were, at Duryea’s Camp – down the road. The most beautiful place - all rustic and lovely. The dining room was especially fine - with table, sideboard and sidetable of rustic work – panel of birch back and deer, wildcat and bear heads about and panther & other skins. There was also an enormous moose head in the house. We found the Clarks & the two Frederick Colvers here, and Mr. and Mrs. Willson, the latter a mere girl and bewitchingly beautiful, I thought – a pure blonde. I could hardly believe the little boy - in trousers – whom we saw at the hotel was hers – to say nothing of the blonde baby which “Rosa” – a very black nurse – was caring for – after we had bid them goodbye (we saw Miss Willson too
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