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Monday, Aug. 19, 1918
Arrived in Sayer at 1:00 P. M. Mr.
Chabi[?] met us with the Ford.
The place never did look as good
to me as now. It is surely an
ideal location. We had a big
room in the big cottage. Acreened
porch. Mary played nearly all
afternoon. Seemed delighted with
everything. We had fresh strawberries
for dinner. Unpacked & got ready
to [live?] during the afternoon.
Mary played on the beach this
eve. Gathering shells. Got pretty
cold after sunset. The McDonalds
(all of them) & the Waynes are here.
Tuesday, Aug. 20, 1918
Mary had her first boat ride
this A. M. Harry took us out. She
surely liked it. Gave her quite
an appetite for dinner. She really
ate and thoroughly enjoyed the
delicious fish. After dinner visited
with Mary Mc and some other girls.
Later helped Mrs. [Chaborison?] pick
strawberries. Wrote Mother. This
evening all the ladies were knitting
varied colored sweathers on the porch.
It presented quite a colorful scene.
The latest ones are knit of narrow