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[[red underline]] he and Cornelia are very happy to have the house I bought them [[/red underline]] Sent [[red underline]] Albert [[/red underline]] ashore and [[red underline]] stayed aboard myself. This is much more enjoyable slept for the first time [[/red underline]]in the rear cabin. This is the 30th anniversary of our marriage a great day. [[/red underline]]
Aug 9. Nice cool crisp weather Up early. On board all day. Lovely weather. [[left margin]] Nina & Celine came aboard for supper [[/left margin]] and we bathed near Palisades.
Aug 10 Sunday) Went ashore for lunch. Beautiful weather. An excellent lunch. A real meal since some time Jerryh and his [[red underline]] wife at home. Everything lovely. Garden looks splendid. [[/red underline]] Went to sleep
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[[red underline]] aboard Ion. [[/red underlne]]
Aug 11. Another lovely day. [[red underline]] Albert [[/red underline]] went out looking for a job but came back rather crestfallen. [[red underline]] Begins to realize he forfeited an excellent position thru his swelled head. [[/red underline]] 
Spent day writing letters and studying.
[[red underline]] Celine [[/red underline]] kindly sent me some roast cold chicken Evening went out in Evinrude along [[red underline]] Palisades Marvelously beautiful evening. [[/red underline]] River as calm as a pond. A [[red underline]] cricket [[/red underline]] has lodged in the [[red underline]] Ion [[/red underline]] and keeps up its chirps since several days. [[red underline]] Welcome [[/red underline]] he is.
Aug 12. [[red underline]] Celine [[/red underline]] came aboard towards evening just when wind & tide crossed and boat [[red underline]] got rolling [[/red underline]] for awhile
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