Mon 28 Clear moderate lt S wind Roys I sat around waiting for the mail Winnie went to the box & brot it at 11 oclock a letter from Leslie in DC he is well & in charge of a ward & we were glad to hear from him PM I went with Roy & Arden & pict some apples & Roy & I drove down to & thru his timber land & put on a big load of stove wood roads dried fast the only daily was last Sat issue & war news was old tho favorable Roy & Arden got a load of corn AM it looks like rain to nite
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