January 6 Wednesday, 1943


ToDay is the Birthday of ___________

Tracked the fox over into Richmond and jumped him from his bed in the snow.

Saw 3 pheasants on the hill.

Stopped over to see Eric at noon, saw a rabbit in Jeanie Finneys.

Packed stuff to go back to Boston.

Took my 22 rifle home tonight, hunted rabbits and saw one in J. Finneys and shot it in the head.

Went over to the Armory tonight for drill.

Walked home from town, had to go up on the hill after I got back to start up the furnace.

Got a letter from Lee Hallet.

Received the Sportsman’s handbook.

We got a postal from Carlton Norwell, he is in Florida.

Thelma had her club meeting at the house tonight.

Fair and cold today, 5 below zero.

The trout eggs we just put in Walder’s brook haven’t hatched yet.

(“The virtue lies in the struggle, not in the prize.” Milnes)

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