Tag Archives: Cottage at the Lake

September 11, 1932

Sun., 11  Get dinner. Grace attends church. Ben & family stop on their way to the Cottage. Helen & Ralph come on the noon train. Ben comes for Ralph and Grace, takes them to the cottage & brings them back … Continue reading

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October 3, 1926

Sun., 3  A nice day. Karl’s family & Grace attend church. Ashton, Hattie, Pearl & Rem call a few minutes on their way from the Cottage to Saratoga. Karl takes us for a ride after dinner. Henrietta buys two lambs … Continue reading

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October 1, 1926 and “Autumn Winds”

Fri., 1  A very beautiful day. Make mustard pickles & can them. Karl & H call for me about 10 A.M. and we go to the Cottage. Have dinner with Ashton, Hattie, Pearl & Rem. A dinner of bull-pouts fresh … Continue reading

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September 26, 1026

Sun., 26  A beautiful day, but cool after a cool night. Henrietta, Warner & Grace attend church. Ashton & Hattie stay at Ben’s last night on their way to the Cottage. They come on this morning & have a breakdown. … Continue reading

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August 23, 1926

Mon., 23  Nothing much doing. Raw & cloudy. Ruth makes a rice pudding for dinner. Ben & family come early from the Cottage. We visit for an hour & they go on to St. Albans.

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August 21, 1926

Sat., 21  Make 2 apple pies, our first & an apple sauce cake. Sew a little. Helen goes to Burlington & stays all day. Ben & famly come in on their way to the Cottage. While they go for minnows … Continue reading

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August 13, 1926

Fri., 13  Helen cans & makes jam & jelly. I type poem “A Calling Voice” & mend a little, also make pies. Rain comes up at night. Grace & Henrietta have a picnic at the Cottage with the Blakes.   … Continue reading

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July 25, 1926

Sun., 25  A very beautiful day. A little cool. Ben & Met come & Ben finishes Frigidair. Grace attends church. I cook meat & peas & pack a basket. We all go to the Cottage for dinner except Tuttle, who … Continue reading

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July 24, 1926

Sat., 24  Make rasin pies. Visit a lot but am not feeling normal. Helen helps me a lot to-day. Grace goes with Bertha Lewis to visit the Webb gardens, which are very lovely. Ben & Jeanette come. Ben installs Frigidair. … Continue reading

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July 21, 1926

Wed., 21  The hottest day yet. Mr. Barrows draws in the hay. Met & family, Grace & I go out to Karl’s for a few minutes. I make two strawberry shortcakes for supper. Met & Anna collect their belongings & … Continue reading

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