Wednesday, Mar. 12, 1947

71st day- 294 days follow

Fair and warmer.

Took a ride up to Fred Enos’s plowed land and looked it over, found only a few flakes.  When I got back to the store I turned in at the paint shop and rode right into a grass fire.  Young Bramhall set it to burn grass and it got away from him.

Listened to the President’s speech at noon.  It was a very serious statement.

Chopped down the big birch tree in the grove. It died last summer.

Jubbie worked this afternoon. 

Tried out the little bow I made and it shoots fine.

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