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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 11.pdf

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May 19th. Very cold. This morning we had a light frost. Hoeing strawberries yet

May 20th. Cold yet. Hoeing strawberries

May 21st. Heavy white frost this morning. Froze ice. A very few strawberry blossomed out on old bed strawberies but all out are frozen. Plum trees also all out in blossom may have frozen them all. Sowed 2 go Cauliflower and 4 go Capenhagen Cabbage seeds. Also Hoed early Cabbage not doing very well. Put out when the ground

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Was very wet. Hoeing this afternoon with fur lined coat and leather gloves on and nearly frozen.

May 22nd. Men hoeing SBerries & was calling back Black leabes. They are either badly frozen or diseased as they are dead at the top.

May 23rd. Frost again this morning. This makes four or five mornings that there has been frost this week. The asperagus about all frozen. But warmer tonight and cloudy look like rain for the Holiday May 24th.

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