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11/27/03
wild woody park called "Menotomy" for the Ancient revolutionary name of Arlington. Gurdon wasn't there just that minute but Alice made a panoramic view of the skaters, taking 2 shots with her Kodak. Then we went on up the path (at the left) and up thro' the real wood and across a stone wall and out into a beautiful road & Hill on up past more woods - real country - and finally to the tip - top - where the "standpipe" is and where the wood views are very gorgeous. You can see Cambridge towers, Bunker Hill - the hills of the Newtons - Miss Hayes' school &c. &c - Many lakelets and ponds. All the way back the best view lay in front of us and I did enjoy the walk After dinner I took another one - with Alice alone - down "Jason Street" (parallel with Bartlett) and to the beautiful town Library which is a gem - with carved oak and stone, plants, paintings and statues and a most delightful and restful spot. Then we went over and saw Nan's room - where she does her good work of straightening round shoulders &c. and then up to the hall where Alice holds forth as

11/27/03
wild woody park called "Menotomy" for the Ancient revolutionary name of Arlington. Gurdon wasn't there just that minute but Alice made a panoramic view of the skaters, taking 2 shots with her Kodak. Then we went on up the path (at the left) and up thro' the real wood and across a stone wall and out into a beautiful road & Hill on up past more woods - real country - and finally to the tip - top - where the "standpipe" is and where the wood views are very gorgeous. You can see Cambridge towers, Bunker Hill - the hills of the Newtons - Miss Hayes' school &c. &c - Many lakelets and ponds. All the way back the best view lay in front of us and I did enjoy the walk After dinner I took another one - with Alice alone - down "Jason Street" (parallel with Bartlett) and to the beautiful town Library which is a gem - with carved oak and stone, plants, paintings and statues and a most delightful and restful spot. Then we went over and saw Nan's room - where she does her good work of straightening round shoulders &c. and then up to the hall where Alice holds forth as

11/27/03
wild woody park called "Menotomy" for the Ancient revolutionary name of Arlington. Gurdon wasn't there just that minute but Alice made a panoramic view of the skaters, taking 2 shots with her Kodak. Then we went on up the path (at the left) and up thro' the real wood and across a stone wall and out into a beautiful road & Hill on up past more woods - real country - and finally to the tip - top - where the "standpipe" is and where the wood views are very gorgeous. You can see Cambridge towers, Bunker Hill - the hills of the Newtons - Miss Hayes' school &c. &c - Many lakelets and ponds. All the way back the best view lay in front of us and I did enjoy the walk After dinner I took another one - with Alice alone - down "Jason Street" (parallel with Bartlett) and to the beautiful town Library which is a gem - with carved oak and stone, plants, paintings and statues and a most delightful and restful spot. Then we went over and saw Nan's room - where she does her good work of straightening round shoulders &c. and then up to the hall where Alice holds forth as
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