Monthly Archives: May 2011
A fine day but cool threatening rain with a South East wind blowing all day. The air is dense and the cars make a very loud roaring on the North Western this evening. (Seven miles away between Scranton and Ralston.) … Continue reading
I have been working the roads today. The weather is fine. We brot in a litter of young pigs.
This A.M. I finished the corn and in the P.M. we went and brot home the young steer.
Today I finished planting the piece of corn up by the school (Country School, Cedar #8) and began on the NW or Hill Field. The weather has been quite cool, there having been a light frost last night. Best flour … Continue reading
The mention of this date causes one to speculate as to what attention this day of all the year- in past years throughout the British Empire receives since the coronation of her (Queen Victoria’s) unworthy son (Edward VII). (May 24th … Continue reading
This has been a good growing day. The almost daily showers and warm breezes make all kinds of vegetation jump. It has rained a very heavy shower this evening. I went over to W. Ritchie’s for a load of hay … Continue reading
A warm day with a South wind blowing all day. The corn which I planted last Sat. is coming up. I have been dragging (pulling a harrow) today. Was driven out of the field by rain this evening at 5 … Continue reading
A fine day tho very windy. Wm. Ritchie was over this morning to buy corn, but found it all gone. Am getting some hay from him. I finished planting the South Bottom today. Yesterday, Sunday, we, Harve and I, went … Continue reading
A fine day but showery. Pa and Frank began to shear the sheep today. Harve covered the late potatoes this P.M. I finished planting the North Bottom field this forenoon and spent the afternoon on the South Bottom. Received a … Continue reading