Had great fun, but mother soon got tired. We went for a splendid walk and as he is very interesting to talk to i enjoyed it immensely. In the evening we had a jolly good general sing-song. It was great and as people began to thaw out, some not half bad talent was unearthed. Sargent came down, sat beside me and made himself very agreeable. Harvey ready for the concert on the next evening. Still rather rough, but a great deal better than the three previous days. On deck nearly all morning and wrote letters during afternoon. Chicago on a poor long suffering violin. It was worse than the howling of the wind. Three concerts on board. Sargent came in to part and sat next to me, i had great fun. Not a very good collection. Wind shifted at last and helped instead of hindering us and consequently we made the best run on this day. As neither one would give in, neither one lost, but each claimed victory. Sargent during which we discussed all kinds of subjects both ancient and modern, seen and unseen. Saw a large ship quite near us, by as she was traveling very slowly we soon passed her. Also for the first time on this trip saw the phosphorescence which looked very pretty indeed against the side of the ship. It was great and i never laughed more in my life. Awfully rough night, sleeping tossing from side as well as sometimes varying the monotony by sticking her nose in the sea and the trying to stick it in the sky. Very few people present as it was very hard to stand or walk.