We are having the most awful time trying to decide what to do this Summer. When people come up and ask us what our plans are we have nothing to say. We don't know whether to stick around the house and loaf and catch up on some reading, or get some kind of an outdoor job that will put us in shape. I suppose we will have to go up to the Cape with the family after all. That's not much fun. There's nobody up there any more. We'd sort of like to get the boat in shape--scrape her down and put a few new coats of paint on her. We might go out to Wyoming to that dude ranch we went to last year. That was good fun and it sure makes you healthy. Dad wants us to go fishing in Canada with him and that ought to be good fun, but we want to be around for the parties on Long Island. We'd like to take a trip out to the coast, sort of bumming along and taking our time. We guess what we'll probably do is go up to the Cape with the family, though. --Yale Daily News.
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