August 20, 1902

Myrtle’s (18th) birthday & I guess is the first one which she has ever spent away from home.

(Myrtle is pictured at a family picnic in 1907 with Lee Bolton in the background.)

A fair day but as so many of the later days have been rather simply not rainy, but just like a heavy steam over every thing and rising from every thing which is capable of taking any water.

The (revival) camp meetings closed at the (Maple) Grove lastn’t and today the tent was taken to Ralston.

The bridge over the (Raccoon) River is in order again tho the river is so high as to make one a little leery at crossing.

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