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to go anyway) The Howson's were just sailing up to the Pointe with Mr. Howson, so declined. We went home and ate rather a hurried bread - and milk supper, and then took Howson's big boat and Chat, Helen, Hamilton and I all rowed down to the Sing Camp - It was still and beautiful and a most lovely row - Mr. S. rushed down to pull us into the rocks and in his agitation dropped his newly lighted cigar into the water. (He said he was "rattled" - much to the girls' delight!) All the Mackintosh crowd were there, even Miss Phair with her game knee - They had a big fireplace of stones built, and a rustic seat, and steamer rug and blankets spread on the rocks - Mr. S.got out his big surveyed chart of the islands and showed me, and the sky grew yellow and pick and gorgeous- and just the right minute - and out of just the right shadow - came past the indians, paddling a canoe I had a nice talk with Mr. S's twin sister, Mrs. Moore, and Miss Isabel M.


to go anyway) The Howson's were just sailing up to the Pointe with Mr. Howson, so declined. We went home and ate rather a hurried bread - and milk supper, and then took Howson's big boat and Chat, Helen, Hamilton and I all rowed down to the Sing Camp - It was still and beautiful and a most lovely row - Mr. S. rushed down to pull us into the rocks and in his agitation dropped his newly lighted cigar into the water. (He said he was "rattled" - much to the girls' delight!) All the Mackintosh crowd were there, even Miss Phair with her game knee - They had a big fireplace of stones built, and a rustic seat, and steamer rug and blankets spread on the rocks - Mr. S.got out his big surveyed chart of the islands and showed me, and the sky grew yellow and pick and gorgeous- and just the right minute - and out of just the right shadow - came past the indians, paddling a canoe I had a nice talk with Mr. S's twin sister, Mrs. Moore, and Miss Isabel M.


to go anyway) The Howson's were just sailing up to the Pointe with Mr. Howson, so declined. We went home and ate rather a hurried bread - and milk supper, and then took Howson's big boat and Chat, Helen, Hamilton and I all rowed down to the Sing Camp - It was still and beautiful and a most lovely row - Mr. S. rushed down to pull us into the rocks and in his agitation dropped his newly lighted cigar into the water. (He said he was "rattled" - much to the girls' delight!) All the Mackintosh crowd were there, even Miss Phair with her game knee - They had a big fireplace of stones built, and a rustic seat, and steamer rug and blankets spread on the rocks - Mr. S.got out his big surveyed chart of the islands and showed me, and the sky grew yellow and pick and gorgeous- and just the right minute - and out of just the right shadow - came past the indians, paddling a canoe I had a nice talk with Mr. S's twin sister, Mrs. Moore, and Miss Isabel M.

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