Wednesday June 9 A Real Cool Cloudy dismal day too cool for corn Cora gave us the 2nd ____ of strawberries were all blasted & are no good tho the vines looked fine Harve Commenced plowing corn north of the orchard Bell took Harriet to school & went for her in the Eve & tis looking for a School I had potatoes in the plum grove hoed in the garden & made a double tree for corn plow Harve broke in it rained a few light cold showers
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