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under the very edge of the cliff and almost overhanging space. We had to get up back on to a path a trifle higher up and a trifle more climbable - tho' steep in spots. And worked our way up toward the Kaaterskill - with South easterly views and lovely overhanging rocks. At one place Gurdon and I made a wild dash "inland" toward "Fairy spring", a beautiful path, but a dried up spring (and we were very thirsty!) Then we went up to the big old Kaaterskill Hotel, which is to be closed tomorrow - the servants are mostly black and guests mostly "have noses". It's like the Saratoga-period of hotels! Just now an electro-convention was holding session there and it is to be closed tomorrow. After refreshing ourselves with ice water we took to the woods again and found a beautiful big rock and sat there an hour, perhaps - watching Palenville and the surrounding map - like country. The clouds of mist were gathering but now and then the sun broke through. Coming down to the Mountain House we went through "the lemon squeezers" - when the people in front of me disappeared into an apparent hole in the ground and emerged much lower down "unsquozen."


under the very edge of the cliff and almost overhanging space. We had to get up back on to a path a trifle higher up and a trifle more climbable - tho' steep in spots. And worked our way up toward the Kaaterskill - with South easterly views and lovely overhanging rocks. At one place Gurdon and I made a wild dash "inland" toward "Fairy spring", a beautiful path, but a dried up spring (and we were very thirsty!) Then we went up to the big old Kaaterskill Hotel, which is to be closed tomorrow - the servants are mostly black and guests mostly "have noses". It's like the Saratoga-period of hotels! Just now an electro-convention was holding session there and it is to be closed tomorrow. After refreshing ourselves with ice water we took to the woods again and found a beautiful big rock and sat there an hour, perhaps - watching Palenville and the surrounding map - like country. The clouds of mist were gathering but now and then the sun broke through. Coming down to the Mountain House we went through "the lemon squeezers" - when the people in front of me disappeared into an apparent hole in the ground and emerged much lower down "unsquozen."


under the very edge of the cliff and almost overhanging space. We had to get up back on to a path a trifle higher up and a trifle more climbable - tho' steep in spots. And worked our way up toward the Kaaterskill - with South easterly views and lovely overhanging rocks. At one place Gurdon and I made a wild dash "inland" toward "Fairy spring", a beautiful path, but a dried up spring (and we were very thirsty!) Then we went up to the big old Kaaterskill Hotel, which is to be closed tomorrow - the servants are mostly black and guests mostly "have noses". It's like the Saratoga-period of hotels! Just now an electro-convention was holding session there and it is to be closed tomorrow. After refreshing ourselves with ice water we took to the woods again and found a beautiful big rock and sat there an hour, perhaps - watching Palenville and the surrounding map - like country. The clouds of mist were gathering but now and then the sun broke through. Coming down to the Mountain House we went through "the lemon squeezers" - when the people in front of me disappeared into an apparent hole in the ground and emerged much lower down "unsquozen."

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