Dear Mother: This time we are in a hot dingy little town, which is situated in an extensive forest, in fact the largest piece of woodland I was ever in. Truly a forest primeval, filled with magnificent hemlocks and beautiful trees of all kinds. We are both very well, and have decided to go to Big Tink Pond, a large lake in the extreme northern part of Pike Co., where both the fishing and the accomadation are said to be good. Will probably remain there a couple of days and then drive to Mrs. Harts place & fish for trout in the Shohola Creek. The country is said to be a perfect wilderness & it certainly looks so from here. Intend to be back at Woodbourne on the night of the 2nd. or morn. of the 3rd. - Affec'lyF. R. C. Jr.
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