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in front – on the big boat – when we got to the lake – which looked beautiful – G. & I. got off at Eagle St. (Edith going on) got Mrs. Gilmore, Miss James & Marjorie and took the little steamer up to Long Pt. towing the boat. On the way up we took some snap shots of the boat – and when they rounded the buoy, Gilmore went out in a boat and took more. Then we had popcorn & pop &c. & rowed – in a fresh breeze – watching the yachts on the way — to the YWCA camp, Temperance Beach. The last of the way was thro’ a perfect swarm of small boys – swimming. We got off at the camp & let Gilmore row the boat home – Saw Mr. & Mrs. Crouch & others and smelt chowder. On the way home we saw oat meal & watermelons scattered in the road – & learned a pedlar’s horse had run away. After supper (& reading the “Leymonde Log Book) we strolled down to the boat – which was late — with a lantern – but alas! the boat was so late it didn’t stop – tho’ they had assured us it would! I simply had to stay, but fortunately had told Mother not to worry. I made the best of it & went to a dance in the Sunday School room, in


in front – on the big boat – when we got to the lake – which looked beautiful – G. & I. got off at Eagle St. (Edith going on) got Mrs. Gilmore, Miss James & Marjorie and took the little steamer up to Long Pt. towing the boat. On the way up we took some snap shots of the boat – and when they rounded the buoy, Gilmore went out in a boat and took more. Then we had popcorn & pop &c. & rowed – in a fresh breeze – watching the yachts on the way — to the YWCA camp, Temperance Beach. The last of the way was thro’ a perfect swarm of small boys – swimming. We got off at the camp & let Gilmore row the boat home – Saw Mr. & Mrs. Crouch & others and smelt chowder. On the way home we saw oat meal & watermelons scattered in the road – & learned a pedlar’s horse had run away. After supper (& reading the “Leymonde Log Book) we strolled down to the boat – which was late — with a lantern – but alas! the boat was so late it didn’t stop – tho’ they had assured us it would! I simply had to stay, but fortunately had told Mother not to worry. I made the best of it & went to a dance in the Sunday School room, in


in front – on the big boat – when we got to the lake – which looked beautiful – G. & I. got off at Eagle St. (Edith going on) got Mrs. Gilmore, Miss James & Marjorie and took the little steamer up to Long Pt. towing the boat. On the way up we took some snap shots of the boat – and when they rounded the buoy, Gilmore went out in a boat and took more. Then we had popcorn & pop &c. & rowed – in a fresh breeze – watching the yachts on the way — to the YWCA camp, Temperance Beach. The last of the way was thro’ a perfect swarm of small boys – swimming. We got off at the camp & let Gilmore row the boat home – Saw Mr. & Mrs. Crouch & others and smelt chowder. On the way home we saw oat meal & watermelons scattered in the road – & learned a pedlar’s horse had run away. After supper (& reading the “Leymonde Log Book) we strolled down to the boat – which was late — with a lantern – but alas! the boat was so late it didn’t stop – tho’ they had assured us it would! I simply had to stay, but fortunately had told Mother not to worry. I made the best of it & went to a dance in the Sunday School room, in

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