Thursday Apr 16 A very nice & warm day I & Roy went to the other place & finished lopping all the hedge I have to lop & I am glad of it for I am getting too old to do such work I however stood it well to day & Roy is a good hand to help & I think vegetation grew the fastest to day I saw threw it at this time of year Harve finished plowing the new land he is about sick & does very little good
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