Saturday, 87th Day - 278 Days to Follow
Written by Margie Arbuthnot
Another nice day, but rather cold.
Don drilled wheat in on Erickson place [where he and his wife live].
Doris and Mr. Woods came after the cows and pigs.
Took a calf to Longmont for Don to sell.
Loren H[ornbacker] here most of the day playing with Donnie.
Letter from Mass. and Nora saying that Bob Ereckson was in the hospital in Cheyenne.
Don and family here for supper so Don could harrow. He worked until 9:30.
Another fresh heifer today. Aunt Ione and I made more jelly.
Nora wrote that Nora was in the hospital.
A tank of water delivered today at $1.50.
Click here to see International Harvester Disk Harrower in action. What does it mean to harrow? It means to break up the hard soil to prepare the land to be planted.