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to see the very interesting zoological garden. - All this in an old gasolene driven car. The [[strikethrough]] Loo [[/strikethrough]] Zoo, the plants and trees, all very interesting.
Saw an extraordinary big Alligator, and many various monkeys, which were used in trying to cure him by the physicians in charge of Matheson; but did not succeed.
Saw also a very interesting collection of tropical plants. All in all a most agreeable excursion for Mrs. Fairchild Celine and myself.
[[underlined]] Sunday 20. [[/underlined]] This afternoon visited Dr. Fairchild, who is [[strikethrough]] occio [[/strikethrough]] very busy changing his plans in pots. - He made the impression of feeling very tired. He overworks himself too much
[[underlined]] Monday 21. [[/underlined]] This morning drove alone to Miami to see all the boats and yachts ready to go out. Excellent view from the park-shore
22/ This evening at 5:40 P.M. George is to arrive at the flying station ^[[here]] from Nassau with his wife [[strikethrough]] from [[/strikethrough]]
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23/ George and his wife arrived this afternoon by Air-plane from Nassau. Looks sunburnt but healthy. So is his wife. Took them for supper to our home. They then went to to the [[blank space]] where they will stay until their departure for New York. Had a long talk together and went to bed at 10 P.M.
[[strikethrough and underlined]] Apr 24 [[/strikethrough and underlined]] First, before going to bed, Celine, George, his wife and myself went to admire sea and sky on the water side of our property. Talking over old times etc. Were surprised by the arrival of our darky Rowl, who with his wife brought us a bunch of freshly caught fish
24/ This morning at 10 A.M went to join George and his wife to take them to visit the "Parrot farm", where they admired the numerous [[strikethrough]] p [[/strikethrough]] parrots and other birds and animals: Alligators etc etc. - Then I drove them to the "Monkey farm" where new monkeys of many species were full awake with mischief
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