July 16 Friday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and hot, wind West.

Charlie Fraser was up on the hill making a bookcase.

We cut off some more of the privit hedge.

Mrs. H read me a letter from Martha and she seems to be enjoying camp life.

We went down to the camp tonight and I tried for a bass and got a couple of strikes.

It was a beautiful moonlit night.

“A good intention clothes itself with power.” Emerson

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