November 2 Tuesday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and warm, wind NoE

Saw a flock of 35 geese flying south, they were very tired.

Carted wood into the cellar and split kindling all day.

Eleanor went over to Pik’s tonight.

The and Ski went over to Archie’s.

After work I took my gun and hiked up thru the woods in back of Chick Howland’s and over around Ira Ward’s Pasture. Came home by way of Bates Pasture and Swan Hartwells, got nothing.

I had a letter from Dave a couple of days ago.

Uncle Sid stopped in to see Pic and Eric for a couple of hours Monday morning.

“Education is the best provision for old age.” Aristotle

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