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Courtland Olds Diary, 1893


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February TUESDAY 21 1893

Felt rather unwell this forenoon, so did not go to the woods with Fred. Had other work to do however. This afternoon went out though and have continued to cut wood as usual. There is some appearance of an East snow storm again. One storm seems to follow another in quick succession this Winter. But no doubt it will help to to bring us an Early Spring

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February WEDNESDAY 22 1893

Fred and I worked this forenoon in the woods, He has got up a couple of loads of wood as well. This afternoon he has been geting up wood as usual. Took Maggie and my mother and started for Simcoe at about four o'clock, intending to go to Ida McPhersons wedding at my unckles Heard on the way that on account of her illness it would be postponed so we came home.

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