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[[preprinted]] Monday, August 26, 1907 [[preprinted]]

Got into Castine "brite" and early, after a very good night on the train. Only time I woke up was going onto that blamed ferry crossing the Kennebec. 

Dike met me at the wharf-, - was glad to see the old sport, as I hadn't laid eyes on him since December. Glad to see the folks again, too, - never expected to be down at Bagaduce again so soon. 

Dike and I went down to the village after supper and came out in one of Wennett's canoes. We're going on a little trip tomorry.

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[[preprinted]] Tuesday, August 27, 1907 [[preprinted]]

We got up and were off from the shore promptly at five this morning.

Made the carry over into Horseshoe Creek in jig time, but the tide was out just far enough to make us hug her around the rapids. We came out into the Reach in good shape, and [[strikethrough]] I [[/strikethrough]] put into Bucks Harbor at quarter of nine. The salt on the wharf told us we'd have to swim to get down to Herricks, but we pushed her out against the wind, and after we got the white caps on our quarter we fairly flew, landing at Herricks at ten, eight hours ahead of Wesley's and my time of three years ago. Over into Walker's 
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