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1899
tiger because of the rain. He reminds me of Forstrom, the Swede of last summer. Towards the end of the afternoon Trudy and I decided that for various reasons we would stay here instead of going on to Long Lake. We like it here and wanted to see more of it. We were pretty tired for another stage ride, and didn’t want to start off in the rain any way – Mr. Merwin is going to give us another front room – no. 6 – This is no. 8. July 10. Monday Much to everyone's surprise it was a lovely morning having cleared off in the night. As soon as our trunks were brought up we devoted the morning to unpacking – arranging our rooms (I have 8 - in blue and Trudy 6 - in brown & yellow) and running back and forth to the laundry pressing out skirts etc. etc. Things got pretty wrinkled. After lunch – at 2 o’clock in fact, Willie
” & the Dane started for the top of Blue Mt. Mr. Pettis & Miss Challis started to go fishing for lake front, and Trudy & I started for the Prospect House, via. the beautiful little path to the boat house and thro' the woods along the shore. We saw the fisherman off and when we came to the guide’s house they were just coming up there and we watched them looking at “sample” lake front etc. Then walked on ‘way down to Crane's

1899
tiger because of the rain. He reminds me of Forstrom, the Swede of last summer. Towards the end of the afternoon Trudy and I decided that for various reasons we would stay here instead of going on to Long Lake. We like it here and wanted to see more of it. We were pretty tired for another stage ride, and didn’t want to start off in the rain any way – Mr. Merwin is going to give us another front room – no. 6 – This is no. 8. July 10. Monday Much to everyone's surprise it was a lovely morning having cleared off in the night. As soon as our trunks were brought up we devoted the morning to unpacking – arranging our rooms (I have 8 - in blue and Trudy 6 - in brown & yellow) and running back and forth to the laundry pressing out skirts etc. etc. Things got pretty wrinkled. After lunch – at 2 o’clock in fact, Willie
” & the Dane started for the top of Blue Mt. Mr. Pettis & Miss Challis started to go fishing for lake front, and Trudy & I started for the Prospect House, via. the beautiful little path to the boat house and thro' the woods along the shore. We saw the fisherman off and when we came to the guide’s house they were just coming up there and we watched them looking at “sample” lake front etc. Then walked on ‘way down to Crane's

1899
tiger because of the rain. He reminds me of Forstrom, the Swede of last summer. Towards the end of the afternoon Trudy and I decided that for various reasons we would stay here instead of going on to Long Lake. We like it here and wanted to see more of it. We were pretty tired for another stage ride, and didn’t want to start off in the rain any way – Mr. Merwin is going to give us another front room – no. 6 – This is no. 8. July 10. Monday Much to everyone's surprise it was a lovely morning having cleared off in the night. As soon as our trunks were brought up we devoted the morning to unpacking – arranging our rooms (I have 8 - in blue and Trudy 6 - in brown & yellow) and running back and forth to the laundry pressing out skirts etc. etc. Things got pretty wrinkled. After lunch – at 2 o’clock in fact, Willie
” & the Dane started for the top of Blue Mt. Mr. Pettis & Miss Challis started to go fishing for lake front, and Trudy & I started for the Prospect House, via. the beautiful little path to the boat house and thro' the woods along the shore. We saw the fisherman off and when we came to the guide’s house they were just coming up there and we watched them looking at “sample” lake front etc. Then walked on ‘way down to Crane's
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