Friday, February 21, 1896
Bar. [Barometer] rising again tho [though] the sky continues cloudy. Mr Fields called asking price of vine land next to Bull's
Warm clear nearly -
Purple fog - at sunrise
Warm - no rain sign visible
Visit from & to Swett.
Monday, February 24, 1896
Cloudy but warm & dry - foggy a while in the morning. A week to ten days difference in time of flowering of different trees of Kellogg Oak. Some lvs [leaves] two inches long. Dodecatheon & Saxifrage in flr [flower].
X Wrote to Olney about Fields, his woman article etc to Solomons, to Allen, Joanna, Sarah [Annes] mother & Mrs Crow. Sent to Mr Crow Lunam Hay W. Douglas Sid Smith Sellers mother
Above mailed today. Warm dry. Much need of rain N [North] winds have dried the fields wonderfully
Went to town for 1st time since was sick.
Slight sprinkle of rain.
Rode to town & saw the dentist.
Original journal dimensions: 18 x 21 cm.
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