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camp, 2 fireplaces and stove. Read till late, magazines left there. 
Also read in morn and left late. Arrived Glastenbery Camp after long drag up. Talked to two men, then 1/4 m up came to Fire Warden shack. Came to Caughnawaga shelter, passed on and came at dusk to Webster shelter. Camped there for night. fair shelter but in littered cond. Also poor water supply (stagnant spr.) 
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In morn Fire Warden Barrett of Stratton Mtn. lookout stopped Talked while I cleaned camp. Went on and talked more at his camp too
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much chatter, no mileage. While there [[insertion]] a [[/insertion]] man and 2 boys came by. Went on with them to Stafford lake and we cooked lunch at Camp Ross, very nice camp on lake pt. Trail very good since Fay Fuller camp. Weather fair. They turned back I went on and spent night at Sweezey camp, rough but adequate. 
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In morn met old man and grandsons going back from fishing exp. Walked along, talking. Bought groceries in Manchester Depot and caught ride up hill in truck. Hiked back to trail. Crossing Route 30
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