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guse there (the young ones are the smartest little things I ever saw) and the little twins take the only place in the wagon where there is the slightest "possibility" of staying in. namely the first and only seat. G.B.fixed a board across the back, and it is only with the assistance of a milk can pluck and crat Fails that the other twin stays in. The journey home is made delightful by the furious ringing of an old bell. Mr. Walter Brooks is welcomed with joy by all at Folly and a few minutes later Joseph Bond. Mr. Allan Thomas and Fred came at twelve m. and
we are delighted to see them all with our visitors comes Tanglewood ice cream and water melons which we are rejoiced to see also. All assembled under the trees and talk read and feel happy and a little later the more energetic of the men go swimming. some angels build a fire to boil corn and at 3 p.m. the joyful sound of dinner is heard menu - boiled corn, boiled ham, boiled potatoes, apple sauce, mixed pickles, jillies, ice cream and cake. Mr. Thomas came and covers himself with glory as he does not grumble a bit and has 23 to help. Twenty sit down to the table
while Y.F.N., Tat and Charli carefully wait upom them In finishing dinner all take to the back steps but the boys who take to base ball and in a few minutes gallantly ask the ladies to join: of course the invitation is accepted with much pleasure and appreciated as girls are "usually considered a bore when any real fun is on you never must over think. but the Sandy Springers are the exception that forms the rule. At 4:20 Joe takes a picture of all on the steps. then good byes are said and Ernest, the prince of drivers takes Rob to the station with the pet cousin and big twin to continue the morning.
the drive they find delightful and Ellicott City a most interesting place, being built on the edge of a ravine in a deep valley.It seems old fashioned enough to have been recently dug up and all but the people look antiquated. their women are very festively attired and our four campers decide never to wear sweaters and white duck as they appear at the station on black. The drive back was delightful the dark clouds from a storm in the distance lending deeper tone to the trees and fields making the grain a more golden red. Bob the 4th occupant on the drive is much missed. the moon comes up at
8:40 and at 8:50 the carriage arrives at Folly to find that an accident has happened to Florence, who fell on the ball-room floor and hurt her chin very much. Butter and arnica are applied, which made her more comfortable. At 10:30 all go out to eat water melon on the barn steps (not off them) and a battle results which ends in victory for the man of course who the other men run to help the girl. The prince of drivers keeps all laughing during the devouring process, but during the battle shows the white feather At 11:30 all decide to return and good bye's being said to our Balto. visitor Mr. Coulton, all turn in.