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The official end to the summer and a
real wonderful one it was too. Mother,
Marjorie (both of her), Cary and I
sent ourselves down in the ’41 Packard
snuggled in with suitcases, boxes
and the like. It was blissful to
ride in a car after the years
of gas rationing. We stopped on the
road and ate a picnic lunch,
which Aunt Bert had made.
Most all the way, Cary and I
burst forth into song and the
time passed quickly.
We reached Billsburg at 8:00 and
had dinner at the Lodge – then,
real excited – we came back to
the house and saw everybody.
Doggone, I do love it so good!
It’s super being with all the
gals – specially Beth and Punchy!
So very much fun!
A stupendously perky letter from Bill Boyd