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1/ 2/ 16th August 1944. A fine day after a dull morning very hot in afternoon, with hot W. breeze & some showers about, but only one skiff in Glenasmole about 5 o'clock; very fine & sunny & fresher after this. In afternoon rode to Glenasmole & went straight to top of upper reservoir & swept in thru area there & one on way back, as follows:- Glenasmole, Co. DU. 1 = drier part of sand flat, at head of upper reservoir, which is above winter flood level. 2 = edge sunken wet area, next R. Dodder & down to outlet of "lagoon" 3 = edge of sunken wet area at outlet of "lagoon" & where stream comes under Slade Brook Channel; back along this stream & W. edge of sand bar between R. Dodder & "lagoon", i.e. E. side of "lagoon". 4 = exposed edge of upper reservoir just S. of bay where the boat-dock is, 200 yards from upper dam. Peacock Butterflies seen on Loos~etrife at 3!
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