July 25 Sunday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Hazy and warm wind So.

Got up at sunrise and did some casting from the point, and I got a fine bass before Archie showed up.

When he did he rowed me around the pond and I caught two more.

After breakfast, Archie and I took a couple of pails and went after blueberries and we found good picking. We got about six quarts each. After we got back we ate dinner and had a swim.

Pick, Walder, and Eric showed up about 3 P.M. and stayed a couple of hours.

Richard Vaughn’s wife was sent up to the Hospital and had a 9½ lb baby.

We had a good bed of fish for supper.

Tonight the kids and I caught seven good fish.

We came home without lights. Thel’s car burned out the fuse. We followed right behind Milt.

“Study the past if you would divine the future.” Confucius

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