November 20 Saturday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and warm, wind So.

Mary, Martha, and a girlfriend and Nettie are on the hill.

Saw a large flock of geese.

Got a letter from Harry Hornblower.

The Holman brothers got three deer down Maine.

Bill and I went up to Browns this afternoon and dug in the new campsite, we found a large split stone hearth, large and well built. There was a large deep shell put on the north edge, this shell pit wall around the base, tiled with sea clam shells.

There is an amazing amount of chips and flakes.

Bill found 15 arrowheads and a piece of graphite.

M.A.S. had a meeting up at Charlie Sherman’s, they took in 4 new members, 1 man and three women.

Bill gave me a ride home.

“The most difficult thing in life is to know yourself.” Thales

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