Sunday June 5th 1898 A most beautiful warm growing sunny day I layed long in bed & rested for I was tired my bush patches are all doing well & in good fix we have 10 little calves & 38 little pigs we had our Joe Adams  strawberries for dinner
 I couldn’t find a variety of strawberry named Joe Adams, but there were a couple men by that name that lived in Washington County, Iowa at this time.
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