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around the side of the mountain with a lake just beneath us. Could see our own engine easily.


Sat. Mch. 21, '91.

If my Journal has been neglected I think it must be because it is so hard to settle oneself after coming into a strange place. I have had a hard time answering all my correspondents.

Have met with some disapointments since I came. None of our plans have "come out." 

Myra is telling me to "hurry and get ready." She is fixing Mark to go down to stay with Mrs. Swift while we go down town. We want to get Everette some kind of a birthday present; and may go to Woodard & Lothrops Art Gallery, also.

Sunday - M. 22.

This is a most dismal day. "Cold and dark and dreary."
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