July 10 Saturday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and hot wind.

After dinner, Lou Fragazzi came down with his truck and we took the sailboat down to the mouth of the river.

Thel, Ski, Jubbie, Milt and I went down to the camp and we all fished and got mostly roaches, though I hooked on to a nice bass off the point but didn’t get it.

Milt cleaned the fish and Ski cooked them for supper.

After we got back I went up on the hill and fixed the furnace.

The hummingbird has her nest nearly finished and she is a spunky little cuss.

The Allies have opened a second front by making an attack on Crete.

Someone is haying in Ira’s.

Stopped in to see Eric.

“To be free from evil thoughts is God’s best gift.” Anonymous

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