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body [[red underline]] seems pleased. [[/red underline]] 
Returned at Westport about 5.P.M. [[red underline]] Celine [[/red underline]] and George took meals at [[red underline]] West Port Hotel [[/red underline]] where they had reserved room and stopped there over night. Albert went to buy more supplies for [[strikethrough]] to morrow [[/strikethrough]] our [[red underline]] further cruising. [[/red underline]] Then went back to see the "movies" and get dinner ashore. I remained aboard and after simple supper of cheese and crackers and two bottles of beer remained on deck enjoying the quiet evening. Was driven in my cabin on account of sudden heavy rain squall. 
Stopped just as suddenly. The strains of an excellent concert in hotel made evening more pleasant.

Sept. 9. Up early at 5 AM. Early swim, unsuccessful attempt at fishing. Filled our tanks
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with gasoline and got ice in. Then at 10:00 [[red underline]] Celine and George [[/red underline]] came aboard and we left for [[red underline]] Canada. [[/red underline]] Beautiful smooth weather, light southerly breeze all the time. took Western course. What astonishes me is that in this magnificent Lake there is almost no navigation. Only met one tow and one passenger steamer outside a few rowboats and one small Yacht. Western shores near Westport rocky and picturesque. [[red underline]] Plattsburgh [[/red underline]] later in the distance. Heard firing of cannon and saw distinctly long lines of tents of [[red underline]] volunteer soldiers camp. [[/red underline]] Also balloon in the air that was shot by cannon and came down aflame and rented to pieces.
At about 5:00 passed U.S custom Bridge at [[red underline]] Rouse's point. [[/red underline]] We only lost a few minutes in waiting next bridge was open. (Richelieu Bridge). Then passed old [[red underline]] Fort Montgomery [[/red underline]] stands there as a silent reminder of [[red underline]] 1812 [[/red underline]] 
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