June 6, 1902

A most disagreeable time as it rained so hard last night that all the drift wires are washed out on the creeks and the fields are smooth as if stroked with a plank.

I have spent the day, or most of it, on the roads helping repair the damage done by the floods on Cedar bridge, and the two bridges on Skunk Creek.

Water is lying all over the bottoms and the sand has been drifted like snow.

Our South Bottom has a number of water holes in it.

We had just got nicely started at tending corn.

Will go at repairing fences in the morning.

The mail man made two trips of his route today but tomorrow, I guess, he will be able to go the full circuit tomorrow.

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