Thursday, March 1, 1945

60th day – 305 days to follow

Temp 44

Fair and warm today, the best we have had yet.

March came in like a lamb.

There was about an inch of light snow last night and I was amused to see the tracks of a dog, a cat, a rabbit, and a skunk had been on my path up to the hill. They skipped all over the place on the glare ice under the snow.

Pruned around the clothes yard and the south side of the house.

The crows were up on the hill today,

All of the ice has gone out of the harbor, sure looks good to see all water again.

Thel is going to a time tonight, some kind of a call and she is to be the auctioneer.

Bill Whiting called me up tonight and said he has found about thirty arrowheads since the snow left.

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