Thursday, Dec. 14, 1944

349th day – 17 days follow

Worked on the trees all day, this afternoon I heard the crows cawing at something down by Duttons garage so I stood perfectly still and a fox walked across the drive way about twenty years from me, it stopped in the drive and looked up and down the drive without seeing me then went over into Richmonds.

This morning I went down to the Beach Club and got the bucksaw.

The wreckers are sure working fast on tearing the Club house down.

Quite cold today but not so windy as yesterday.

I have made a lot of wooden arrowheads to use as favors at the Meeting of the M.A.S. meeting next Saturday night meeting, it is Bill’s birthday, too.

I got an air mail letter from Harry from London, England.

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