September 5, 1929

Thurs., 5  Morning devotions. No rain. Everything drying up & the water inadequte for the city’s needs. Get dinner. Boiled mackerel for dinner. Karl, Henrietta & Warner call on their way to the Lake. No rain, though it looks like it & other places have showers. Antique dealer calls to buy Currier & Ives prints, which we do not care to sell.

 

It’s dry in the Champlain Valley here, too, this year.

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