Tuesday feb 9th A fine thawing day Vic Carris came & we weighed my steers they averaged 1362 & I & Vic took dinner from here & went to Nira to help moove Depot we Eat dinner at Farleys but I left what we took up at Farleys we were pressed so strong we couldn’t well refuse we got the building mooved to the Spot we wanted broke Lewis’s Sled down one runner to day & one yesterday Roy done the chores & Holden visited with Mag
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