Wednesday, Nov. 29, 1944

334th day – 32 days follow

Chopped wood all day a lot of it is locust and it sure is hard.

There is a lot of juncos around.

This weeks time Time had an article stating that the Chimney Swift flies at a speed of 150 MPH on its migration flight, and that 735,000 have been banded in the U.S. and up until last week their winter home has been unknown. 13 were killed with bands on, in the Yananko River Valley of Peru. 

I went over to the Armory on the bus and back on it. 

Thel had the Club here to supper tonight.

The 95 Division that Geo and Eddie are in are leading the track around Mtg.

Raining hard again tonight.

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