3rd day, December 30, 1944

From Bad-as, we are now hitting the trail to the sea below Sinogbuhan San Joaquin. We are here very early—thoroughly exhausted. Our presence attract the attention of people on the beach. We have eaten our breakfast hurriedly. Our sailboats have been waiting for us. We immediately board them and [?] sail with Point Siaton in Negros..

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December 14, 1944

Yesterday was quiet, but today there have been so many planes flying overhead that I no longer keep track of them. Early in the morning three formations flew over Iloilo bay and dropped their bombs. We have heard that there is an anti-aircraft gun on a small island on the other side of Guimaras Ialand..

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Sun., Nov. 10, 1935

Up at 4:30 to see the shove-off. Under way at 5:00. Moon just down back of the Panay Mts. Dull gray morning, — no color, but balmy. Adios, Guimaras. — Lay down most of morning. Ditto P.M. Packed up, shined up, paid up. (Navy beat Penn 13-0. Pitt beat Army, 29-6!) Dinner with Gygax, —..

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Sat., Nov. 9, 1935

Up at 5:00 in the top, & the sunrise was worth it. Double rainbow aft, with a bit of the outer arc on the Panay Mts. They were a misty green, sky over them a misty orange, & the sea a deep purple. Guimaras again, after 29 years. We anchored at 7:30. Iloilo waterfront all..

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