August 21 Saturday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and warm wind East.

Received a letter from Mrs. Royal of Kingston to the effect that Uncle Sid is up at Long Pond for the time being.

The girls are going sailing this afternoon.

Stopped in to see Eric, he had been to town with Eleanor.

Brought my skiff home and put a coat of paint in it.

After supper, Thel and I went up to Charlie Sandersons to the Archaeology meeting.

There were eight members present and we had a very pleasant evening. Bill and Wm Whiting were not there. I think they are at White Island Pond on vacation.

Saw quite a sight this afternoon. Four P.T. came in from the bay at full speed and dropped anchor right close to the shore 12 P.M.

“Cultivation to the mind is as necessary as food to the body.” Cicero

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