April 21, 1902

April 21, Monday

I went down to Hexie (creek) this A.M. and straightened up the fence which had been torn down last winter by wood haulers.

On running a line on the south, we found that we had been pasturing some of the neighbor’s land.

This afternoon I drove over to Harve’s and took his brick which I brot out from town Saturday. 250 (count of bricks.)

Spent most of the afternoon stretching wire on the sheep lot.

The weather continues very dry.

Had to quit one wagon- loose tires.

Awful windy.

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