Thursday Dec 26 cold & froze in the morning but a fair like pleasant day we arose Early & lit the lights & After breakfast Holden drove one of Roys teams over & took Dave & Add to Chester on their way to their respective homes they have been here just one month I peeled 2 posts & finished the job I have over 40 Extra good mostly bur oak posts Chas Rheinhart & Lucy his wife Came from Cedar Rapids & Staid till Eve & went back on the Eve train he is an Engineer & it costs them nothing to ride on the RR She is Adds oldest girl
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