21 - summit, and in the distanceon the west bank ofthe river the Green Mts.stretching far away as faras the eye can see, the hillsides dotted with neat andcapacious farm-houses, forminga pleasing contrast tothe green meadows whichlie between them and the river;all these fascinated and almostriveted me to the spot.But we could not stay. On,on we moved, through themountains and high overthe plains, stopping but seldom,and then so quicklymoving again, that we21 - could but half admire thebeauties so profusely scatteredaround us. One of these stoppingplaces was Herne, N. H.a very neat and pretty village,two others. Fitch burg andPeperill, Mass. Stopping atGroton junction, we exchangedcars, and very soon reachedNashua, tired and halfsick, glad enough to rest upona comfortable bed.May 22. Nashua. Spent the greaterpart of the day at BrotherFranklin's Dentist's office,having my teeth cleaned andfilled. Had 11 cavities filled.Called on Mrs. Warrem, who
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