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1900
the hammock awhile reading “Red Pottage & finally walked with Mary (Miss F.
& Miss S. ahead of us) way out to “Tom Never’s Head” by the road along the shore – passed T.N.'s. pond & climbed the “head” – examined the “Mass. Humane Society No. 53” hut – (a fire place – wood – bunks & a lantern) and Miss F.
took a picture – then clambered down the steep bank and lay a long time by Mary on the sand watching the magnificent breakers three deep. Forty or fifty feet long and five or six high - with a blue sky above and a dark bank of fog way over the horizon oh – it was fine – could old Atlantic ever be finer? – I doubt it At last we tore ourselves away (the others being half a mile ahead) and walked along the shore – picking up shells and sponges and finally a ginger ale (Belfast) bottle marked “Servira – June 17. 1900 Fred & Mattie Cardiff" – it was all salt & had evidently drifted in from

1900
the hammock awhile reading “Red Pottage & finally walked with Mary (Miss F.
& Miss S. ahead of us) way out to “Tom Never’s Head” by the road along the shore – passed T.N.'s. pond & climbed the “head” – examined the “Mass. Humane Society No. 53” hut – (a fire place – wood – bunks & a lantern) and Miss F.
took a picture – then clambered down the steep bank and lay a long time by Mary on the sand watching the magnificent breakers three deep. Forty or fifty feet long and five or six high - with a blue sky above and a dark bank of fog way over the horizon oh – it was fine – could old Atlantic ever be finer? – I doubt it At last we tore ourselves away (the others being half a mile ahead) and walked along the shore – picking up shells and sponges and finally a ginger ale (Belfast) bottle marked “Servira – June 17. 1900 Fred & Mattie Cardiff" – it was all salt & had evidently drifted in from

1900
the hammock awhile reading “Red Pottage & finally walked with Mary (Miss F.
& Miss S. ahead of us) way out to “Tom Never’s Head” by the road along the shore – passed T.N.'s. pond & climbed the “head” – examined the “Mass. Humane Society No. 53” hut – (a fire place – wood – bunks & a lantern) and Miss F.
took a picture – then clambered down the steep bank and lay a long time by Mary on the sand watching the magnificent breakers three deep. Forty or fifty feet long and five or six high - with a blue sky above and a dark bank of fog way over the horizon oh – it was fine – could old Atlantic ever be finer? – I doubt it At last we tore ourselves away (the others being half a mile ahead) and walked along the shore – picking up shells and sponges and finally a ginger ale (Belfast) bottle marked “Servira – June 17. 1900 Fred & Mattie Cardiff" – it was all salt & had evidently drifted in from
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