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68 [[Cygnet to Canada written vertically in red in left margin]] was [[underlined in red]] camped [[/underlined in red]] there. This was his first real camp of some importance and how Celine and I went to surprise them and camped with them sleeping [[underlined in red]] on the hard rock. [[/underlined in red]] We finally reached Rondout about sunset but could not anchor at Yacht Club on account of cable crossing. [[strikethrough]] The other [[strikethrough]] We decided to anchor [[strikethrough]] at [[strikethrough]] ^[[near]] [[underlined in red]] Kingston landing [[/underlined in red]] but found that either we were in deep channel or in flat mud, so anchor had to be dropped and relifted several times which was slow and hard work with that chain. Finally we struck right place and could proceed with supper. [[underlined in red]] Albert [[/underlined in red]] boiled [[strikethrough]] cooked [[strikethrough]] potatoes and stewed them with butter [[end page]] [[start page]] 69 and onions, this together with Heynzes beans made an [[underlined in red]] excellent supper [[/underlined in red]]. As some mosquitoes appeared we were careful not to light the cabins until every window and door was closed. Slept well and comfortably Sept 5. (Sunday) [[Cygnet to Canada written vertically in red in left margin]] Nice cool weather, little or no wind. Took simple breakfast, but nice hot tea and [[underlined in red]] proceeded further up the Hudson. [[/underlined in red]] River much improved since 15 years ago when I made same cruise in ^[[my]] "Wavelet" Lifted anchor at 8:40 A.M. passed Upper Coal Beds light 10:30 Hudson City Light [[strikethrough]] 11:28 [[/strikethrough]] 11:32 and finally [[strikethrough]] the [[/strikethrough]] 1st Bridge at Albany at 2:40 P.M. Proceeded directly to [[underlined in red]] Troy [[/underlined in red]]. River well buoyed Bathers and campers and pic-nic resorts everywhere along shore. People are enjoying themselves in the right way. Healthy outdoor exercise and all seem to have good time. Am reminded every moment of my for-
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