ToDay is the Birthday of George Washington
Thelma and I went over to town and I went in and got the ration stamps for the four of us.
On the way back we stopped in at the store. The are open today but not tomorrow.
After dinner, Thelma, Ski, Eleanor, Roger and I went down to the camp and found everything OK.
I brought back my tackle ox, a pair of shoes, and my brush scythe.
We had to leave the car across the pond on account of the mud.
I found a very nice white arrowhead in one of the roadways.
The pond has almost got back to its normal height.
There is still some snow in the woods and on the north hillside.
Milt Vaughn came down tonight and played rummie.
Lots of bad news on our war progress today.
President Roosevelt spoke tonight.
“Be not ashamed to say what you are not ashamed to think.” Montaigne.