November 3, 1924

Mon., 3  Cold. Grace goes to Middlebury, Tuttle to Bristol. Mary Stone & Mrs. Colby call to look at bulbs. I look over, wash & pack a basket of chard cut from the garden. The cold is so intense as to chill my fingers. Put beets & carots in the bottom of the basket. Tuttle sews on a cloth cover & takes it to the P.O. for Jeanette. Put up 6 cans of carrots, cold pack. Work on crotcheted (sic) rug in the evening. Send the letters & the papers to Ben.

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