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[[red underlined]] rowboat [[/red underlined]] equipped with [[red underlined]] motor [[/red underlined]] to explore the [[red underlined]] Lake. [[/red underlined]] Numerous pretty little Islands most of them with [[red underlined]] white tents of campers. This seems a paradise for camping [[/red underlined]]
Sept. 1, 1916 [[red underlined]] Hendrick last night nearly caused a fire [[/red underlined]] in the hotel by [[red underlined]] falling asleep [[/red underlined]] in bed while reading near his glass [[red underlined]] kerosene [[/red underlined]] lamp. The watchman a colored student of Hampton Institute was immediately at hand to extinguish the beginning fire which did not go beyond slight scorching of the floor matting. About 9 AM we both left 
Little Evinrude Motor pushing our rowboat merrily along. At [[red underlined]] Ticonderoga [[/red underlined]] the same truckman took our boat to the creek
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along old indian portage. [[Noted?]] [[red underlined]] river was chestnut color [[/red underlined]] on account [[red underlined]] of discharge of water of pulp mill, [[/red underlined]] further down it was white and smelled as if it were [[red underlined]] chloride of lime [[/red underlined]] discharge. No wonder dead fish is floating around here. [[red underlined]] Cygnet [[/red underlined]] seemed our long lost home of comfort and coziness. - now our voyage home begins in earnest.
At [[red underlined]] Whitehall [[/red underlined]] I offered some tip to lock helper but he [[red underlined]] refused [[/red underlined]] it telling it was against the rules - but he accepted a cigar.
Kept on running till about 8 P.M. and anchored beyond [[red underlined]] Fort Edward [[/red underlined]] Lock, in the upper Hudson - same white and red Buoy lights winking to us. Rain during night
Sept 2. Bright weather, left at 

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