December 7 Tuesday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of Pearl Harbor 2nd Anna.

Partly cloudy and cool wind west.

Went up by Geo Leaches and over across the golf links. Found a fine, small, heart-shaped quartz arrowhead there.

Found Carl there, he and I hunted all day together.

Two deer had been in John Davis’s garden, we couldn’t find them.

We went up by Symintons, saw Carl Sherman and Fred Nickerson. Then we went up by Sacrifice Rock, saw Ernest Holmes.

Saw Eale’s gardener, so he went with us over to Geo. R. Briggs. There was some wonderful deer signs there but we couldn’t stir them up, so went up around the sheep farm and back down thru Manomet to the golf links and we hunted both sides of the main highway, same luck.

Another letter from Mr. Barden.

“Let him that would move the world, first move himself.” Socrates

2 Replies to “December 7 Tuesday, 1943”

  1. It never ceases to amaze me the many miles he covered in one day. The Symington property is now the PineHills. Sacrifice Rock is on Old Sandwich Road. On the same day he also covered the Plymouth Golf Course.

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