Tuesday, July 24, 1883 Daily I am surprised at the continuance of cool lovely weather. We seem to have had no hot weather and the summer is more than half gone. I went down town this morning and got a letter from Whittredge. He will not be ready to leave home before Wednesday or Thursday and it will be the end of the week before I hear from him. I worked in the flower garden. After dinner Mr. Sawyer, my father, Downing and I went out to Leggs Mill fishing. John and Nannie were there. We caught only five or six small bass and got home to tea.