Tuesday July 16. Another very rainey morning. Rains all time now. Did the choers. Pigs eat good. Pulled weeds for them from strawberry patch. Bought meat .15 eggs .24 to day. Mowed the lawn this P.M. Rained hard this evening. Went to band practice.
[Isaac] Tuesday July 16 Cool & mostly clear we walked all the AM with a girl guide & had a real nice time among the geysers teams Came & took us back to Camp we bought 17 picture Cards 40c & 12 one c [cent] stamps PM went again with the girl guide this time went west Saw Riverside geyser & 4 others & many other sights & back to Supper at 5-30 Saw a black bear & we went thru the Store house of this Camp Evry thing in Plenty After Supper Mother & I went a mile to old faithful inn & Saw Some Extra fine broncho riding Cold Evening
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