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June 02, 1983
A memorial service for Joe Holmes who died Sat. of Cancer. Then off to Camp David. The service was in the Navy Chapel and was attended by an awful lot of Joes friends from the West Wing of the W.H. We’ll miss him. Thurs. afternoon at Camp D. we rode. After my last experience with Giminish I didn’t know what to expect but God Bless Dennis Ayres (Park Mounties). My horse was entirely different & we had a nice ride. Giminish stayed a little tense but no acrobatics. Fri. morning we rode again & this time he was relaxed & just a darn good ride. Whatever it was I think he’s cured. We decided (correctly) not to ride Sat. based on weather reports & sure enough the skys opened Sat. afternoon plus lightning & thunder. We both got a lot of homework done. Sun. of course was magnificent—85° & bright sun. Of course we left right after lunch & here we are at the W.H. Tonite to the Shultz’s for a B.B.Q. It was a very pleasant evening & we learned something. A stripper steak was covered with salt & laid in the fireplace on hot coals. Turned over once it was ready for eating.