Thursday May 21 A good rain last night Mag took 191# of milk to fcty & took Geo Adams a pie & got 25 tomato plants & 150 sweet potato plants I planted Corn over west till middle AM when it rained a nice easy & quite hard rain Harve drove post over west & now 11-30 AM is cleaning out stable & I doing this writing & tis still raining & I am very thankful for it after dinner tis still sprinkling & we set out 175 sweet potatoes & 275 cabbage & near 100 tomato plants & I helped young F. Crage fix fence across the creek & Harve set a few posts over west & then it rained quite hard till night & cool we shot the cows in the barn
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