110th day – 255 days to follow
Fair and cool.
Fred Moon was up on the hill to start painting.
But John Finneys men did not .
Jubbie and I worked all day in the grove.
I went up on the hill at 11-30 PM last night and covered up my cold frame as it was 32 then and still falling.
Eleanor and Ski went to the pictures and I went over with them to Non Comm Meeting.
I am scheduled to give a lecture on the Thomson Sub machine gun on May 16
Swallows have taken over the bird house I built this spring.
Deane Eldridge gave me a ride home as far as the Corner of Cliff St.
Forest fire alarm blew this afternoon but I didn’t see any smoke.
Phil Chandler has quite a job in his garden with dog grass.
Percy Finney was over tonight, he had another customer for some of Eleanors chicks, but she had none to sell.
I started to work for Ralph Hornblower 25 years ago today.