Sat Nov 30 An Extra fine Calm day & Sunny we took our new Kay Cow to pasture for the first [time] I helped Leslie She went good & I enjoyed the walk & pondered over the times in my young days when I had traveled that old road across the creek & up the hill I had been to that creek crossing fifty Eight years ago Otto & Maude called & Spent the Evening Bell is Still here I got 20c sausage for dinner & 10c celery & bananas for tomorrow I sent card to Neiswanger & son & Sent dft [draft] $10 to Henry Gallen NY for Ridpaths Complete History US 4 vols
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