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72 together at hotel. Then off in the most beautiful weather along [[red underline]] Elizabethtown on that magnificent highway thru the Adirondacks. Happy as old lovers both enjoying every bit of the landscape. finally about 4 P.M landing at that beautiful Hotel Champlain overlooking the Lake. [[/red underline]] Excellent room. A walk to the shore. [[red underline]] Delightful.- wonderful feel very very happy. [[/red underline]] An excellent nights rest Aug 28. Another beautiful day Left at about 11 A.M for Montreal. Passed the [[red underline]] Plattsburgh Camp [[/red underline]] for aspirant officers. Many young [[red underline]] men in soldier's [[/red underline]] uniform then on to Canada! Short formality [[end page]] [[start page]] 73 for my car at [[red underline]] Rouse's Point [[/red underline]] then on along good roads towards [[red underline]] Canada. [[/red underline]] Now and then a picturesque Log Cabin reminding of early settlers' times -- then by and by French inscriptions Then examination at [[red underline]] La Colle [[/red underline]] Canadian Custom House, then that dusty stretch along [[red underline]] St. Lawrence from La Prairie to Victoria Bridge, [[/red underline]] then the squalid streets leading to the [[strikethrough]] pretty and [[/strikethrough]] well kept aristocratic quarter then into [[red underline]] Ritz Carlton Hotel [[/red underline]] and all its comfort and luxury, had an excellent room with beautiful view on Mount Royal. [[red underline]] Charming lovely, splendid; both feel very happy, specially since there is more good news from Western Front [[/red underline]]
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