Blacksmithing again, worked on our covered wagon all day. I got a letter from Lydia and Mother. They said that Sara was unwell. I hope not very bad. I wrote a letter to Sarah. I began to learn a peace for next Sunday. Got pretty well started.
Archive for September, 1869
Blacksmithing again. Began on a covered wagon and worked on it all day. Bullard and I made nails in the eve. I made 200.
Blacksmithing again, finished our body in the forenoon, in the P.M. Daniels was off and I had the fire. I made clasps and tinkered generally.
Blacksmithing again, finished our express body and got pretty well along on another. It rained hard this morning. I went over to Walpole for Mrs Wiggin to telegraph for Mr Wiggin to attend a funeral, he is in Boston.
Went to Sunday school and service and [conducted] our conference in the evening. It is nearly raining now. I wrote a letter home, wish I was where I was one week ago at this time with darling Sara God Bless her.
Blacksmithing again, finished our body and began on another. Got it within about two hours of time. Went down to Ellen Cliffords to see about getting up an exhibition.
Blacksmithing again, began on a express body and nearly finished it to night. I went down and made a few nails. I aint going to work very late but take it kinder easy. Bullard will work till nine.