Thursday, Nov. 30, 1944

335th day – 31 days follow

Went up on the hill in pouring rain, saw the flock of quail.

Stopped in to see Eric on the way home, Thel came in while I was there, we stayed till 12-30 till Walder came home, he had a mess of scallops for himself and one for us that Arnice’s husband brought up from New Bedford.

This afternoon Jack and I went down to the Beach Point sea clamming. Boy what a wind, almost blow you off your feet.

It got dark before the tide was away out so I got only a few clams.

Cozette and family were over here for supper.

I went over to Picks after supper so she and Thel could go up to Dot Dunlap’s demonstration on how to use brushes.

Wader got home about 8-50 PM so he and I listened to town hall and then discussed the different angles of the debate till Pick came home.

Took Aunt Terzah’s mail up to her.

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