Hauled 4 loads of rock for pigpen and laid some of it up: got 1000 lbs of grain of Peart at 65¢.
worked on pigpen laying up rock.
Plymouth Stayed home all day; read and wrote. &c.
Layed up rock on pigpen.
" " " " "2 finished laying <rock> [p. 95]
Plymouth Commenced rolling grain, rolled 20 acres.
Rolled 20 acres, rained in the evening.
Rolled 20 acres rained in afternoon, finished rolling.
Went to the canyon, sowed. Madam mare run away and lost the single-tree.
Went over to Square town to meeting &c.
Hauled 12 loads of rocks for the school and meeting house.
Hauled 9 loads of rock for the schoolhouse.
Rained all day, Stayed in and read the papers.
Rained part of the fornoon, Took two loads of rock over to the town cite. layed off the corners of my house 18 x 13 and hauled & quarried 4 loads making 6 loads.
Took a load of rock over to my lot in town and put in a day’s work. (10 hrs) with team hauling rock for meeting house.
Hauled five loads of rock for myself & worked 1/2 day with team hauling rock for meetinghouse.
Spent the day at home. went up in Myron’s pasture to see Dazie
Hauled 2 loads of sand and one of [p. 96] rock for the School & Meeting house, one day.
Hauled Sand for School & meeting house
" " " " " " "4 Gene Robinson called and staid over night on his way to Farmington.
Hauled Sand for meeting house.
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Went to the canyon.
Went up to Squaretown to meeting drove Dazie and took a load of folks. among whom was Alices’ father.
Plowed 1/2 day laid off lands &c. Mended harness. repaired plow &c.
Plowed 1/2 day with 3 horses. chored about in afternoon.
plowed on lower 80 acres.
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" " " "7 cow had calf.
Worked on cellar &c.
Got Fred’s colt out of Pearts pasture and put it in E Wilcox’s Geo. Smith & wife took dinner with us.