September 17 Friday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of On Nantucket

Rain and cloudy, wind North.

Thel and I went up town and ate breakfast, then we took a trip on the sightseeing taxi.

We did not go as far as Dave and I did when we went by bus.

After we got back I went into a barber shop to get shaved.

Got talking with the barber and I found out that he is Zeke Terry’s grandson, in other words he was cousin to Marie by Zeke’s marriage to Grandma.

After dinner we took in the museum, quite interesting, had a pamphlet on Nantucket archaeology given to me by the curator.

We went back to our lodgings and rested up a bit.

We walked back up town for supper, and we saw a half grown wild rabbit on the edge of the street, we passed right by it without scaring it.

“Music washes away from the soul the dust of every-day life.” Auerbach

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