Saturday, June 16, 1945

167th day – 198 days to follow

Temp 90

Hot and partly cloudy threatened thunder showers.

Saw Richard Greenwood up on the hill this noon.

Saw a flock of cedar waxwings by the barn and a third grown young rabbit.

Borrowed Charlie Fraser’s plain and hung the screen door at the back door.

After supper I went out to Bill Pierce’s to the MAS meeting, there were 16 in all there.

I got a lift as far as town, then Bill came along and I got as Bill Pierces and he gave me a ride home.

Started in to put Bordeau on the potatoes but the pressure sprayer needed a major overhauling.

I see the young bunnies quite often up on the hill.

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