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1. "Camp Weyo-up- hyah" On Saturday, June 24th, bag and baggage we began to arrive in spring wagons, market wagons, automobiles and Tin Lizzies, around devious sharp turns, this endless mud holes and gates and at last up the perpendicular hill by the house. We came at all hours from ten a.m., to 6 p.m., where Annabel appeared in the much talked of stage
82.2.62 Some of us had heard that this vehicle was an automobile which met people (especially young girls) at Laurel, so we were greatly interested in its coming. During that first day the campers were helped most gallantly by Teddy Nesbitt and Herbert Adams, who added much to our comfort; first by manufacturing a refrigerator, wonderfully and awfully made, second by cutting the jungle of grass in front
2. of the house, and last, but by no means least, putting up hamocks (of which more later.) "The stage driver" staid to supper and afterwards we entertained him by plaing "Jenkins Up." Sunday morning Mr. Nich made his first call. He took Annabel and Sally to church however they were not the only religious ones for later Teddy and Douglas took three more of us over the beautiful smooth dusty roads to Olney
After all our remarks about having only two meals a day the gentlemen descreetly left before dinner time.
In spite of the [dubius] weather prospects during the day there were 36 callers. We felt after that, that the camp fire girls could no longer remark "Only five visitors?" in the top lofty liner which one of them used in the morning. Betty Gilpirn did her level [????] for two nights in succession to help out the