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They [[underlined]] look ugly and out of proportion with the landscape. Dredges [[/underlined]] working streneous activity [[underlined]] everywhere [[/underlined]] and the roar of [[underlined]]drills and dredges [[/underlined]]. Lift anchor 8:30 AM. dropt anchor at the new [[underlined]] Palm Beach Yacht Club[[/underlined]] at about 10AM. Several new bridges. Saw one [[underlined]] barkentine inside [[/underlined]] the new Lake Worth Inlet.
[[underlined]]West Palm Beach streets crowded with motor cars [[/underlined]] and hayseed-looking people Everything crowded. Feverish building going on everywhere Very unpleasant.
Afternoon shifted our anchorage beyond the Bridge half way before next Bridge and almost
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in front of little park where there are only two or three yachts at anchor.
[[strikethrough]]Jan 2.[[/strikethrough]] [[underlined]] Few visitors [[/underlined]] at Palm Beach Hotel, all the crowd seems to be in [[underlined]] West Palm Beach. Enormous hotels being erected in Palm Beach, all ugly. [[/underlined]]
One of them, the [[underlined]] worst of all planted just in front of Flaglers very artistic house.[[/underlined]]
Jan. 2. Let the crew go visiting the shores.. They came back very tired. [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [/strikethrough]] Before dark went as far as [[underlined]] Hypoluxos Island [[/underlined]] where just before it northern point and west of it dropped [[underlined]] anchor [[/underlined]]. The rage of building has not yet struck here.
Jan 3. 1926. (Sunday) Left early. Then entrance to [[underlined]] Canal [[/underlined]] see Log book and [[underlined]] former Journal notes [[/underlined]] everything

Transcription Notes:
A barkentine is a type of boat, and Hypoluxo is a town in Palm Beach County. Words with question marks I simply couldn't make out.

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