Blacksmithing again, worked on our big wagon all day. I worked on a screwdriver for Simon about fifteen minutes, went to Lodge in the evening.
Archive for November, 1869
Blacksmithing again, worked all day on our big body. Received a nice letter from darling Sara. Played games in the eve with Mr. Bradford.
Got up about eight oclock, attended church and sabbath school, after church myself and the photographer who boards here took a walk to see the new railroad, attended a lecture by Mr. Wiggin in the church in the evening. Wrote a letter home.
Blacksmithing again, set three tires and worked on our body. It stormed part of the day, went to bed pretty early on account of my last nights time.
Blacksmithing again, worked on a pony body all day. In the eve I went up to Jessies and had a nice play with the piano then Jessie and I went down to Asa Clark’s to a party to celebrate his marriage. He was an old batch. Sara’s birthday to day. Twenty years old.
Blacksmithing on the irons on D. M. Cook’s big wagon part of the day. And a part we drew out some pinch iron. Went down to E. Mason’s and had a little dance. Wrote a letter to my darling Sara.
Blacksmithing again, worked at the front of the anvil most all day. It stormed all day. [Borroghed] a singing book of Hattie Robinson to send to my Sara. Played checkers in the eve.