April 8, 1902

It froze last night and the ground was quite solid this morning.

Tonight it looks rainy. The wind has blown all day from the S.E.

I have been chopping poles on the west side of the plot which I will fence for sheep pasture.

Yesterday the team broke the tongue out of the trucks. (A low, heavy wagon.)

I fed up the last of the corn fodder this morning.

Kinnan was up at noon to buy corn. The present price is 45¢ per bu.

Grass grows slowly naturally enough, owing to the cold nights.

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