June 1 Tuesday, 1943


ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and hot wind So.

This has been the first summer like day so far.

Freddie Moon is working up on the hill.

I hear that the beach club is to be opened this summer.

Started to do some scythe mowing up on the hill.

Went over to H.H. and Treglawn gave me some tomatoes to plant.

Found some stakes under Richmond’s Garage, some that Oscar Eckberg had when he worked there.

Earl told me the planks have broken out at Howland Pond dam, so there must be a lot of good fish come down into the River.

“Who fears to offend takes the first step to please.” Cibber

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