Departing from Camp in the Small Lagoon by Theodore Cornu. Pen-and-ink drawing from Hudson Valley Echoes, issue #3, 1953.
“Early morning is greeted by the calls of the Crows as they fly off at their slow pace to distant hills. Crows have always been numerous at this place. A wind starting at daybreak now blows moderately from the northwest. Departing from our camping place in the small lagoon located near the southwest end of the Point (Tellers Point) we paddle along the beautiful Senasqua marshes, the tall slender grasses swaying in the breeze. . . .”
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