Diary of Fletcher Linn
Crater Lake Trip, August 1889
Wednesday, Aug. 14
Everett and I arose early and took a long hunt, but saw nothing. Spent the day in boating and otherwise having a good time.
Party of four from Jacksonville overtook us here, and camped near us.
Kubli was sick all morning, but was ready to have a boat ride by moon-light in the evening.
The evening was spent very pleasantly in singing and playing, and otherwise amusing ourselves.
Prof Watt further added to the amusements of the evening by some contortions and gymnastic exercises, while the ladies plainly evinced their knowledge and appreciation of operatic and dramatic skill, by rendering several fine selections of that character.
We retired about eleven.