May 25 Tuesday, 1943

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ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and warm, wind So.

The girls finished up on the hill tonight.

Fred Moon was over to do some painting.

After I got thru work I took my fishing rod and went down to Bate’s wharf and had on a pickerel spinner and a piece of pork rind. I made four casts and on the fifth I saw a swirl in the water and the next cast I got him on and held him only a couple of minutes as the hook was too small and pulled out.

I came home and ate my supper and then worked in the garden.

“Slavery under one’s own passions is worse than under tyrants.” Pythagoras

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