November 1887

November 1887

Nov. 1st, 1887 Left Farmington for our home at Plymouth where we arrived next day Nov 2nd 1887. During November mon. got in my winter potatoes from Cache Valley, hauled winter’s wood also wood for Fred for a heifer calf. Repaired shed & stock yard. &c.

After having the dryest summer and fall known in these valleys the monotony was broken by our having a light fall of snow Nov, 24, 1887 of about six inches followed by cold weather until the eve of Nov. 29, when another snow storm set in

26 November1 1887 • Saturday

Finished hauling hay from Newton and killed a pig to send to mother.

30 November 1887 • Wednesday

Plymouth Took Alice, Carlie & children up to Mary Stevensons to spend the day. Went up to Jed Earls to do some blacksmithing. Ate supper at Mary Stevensen’s, Received letters from Mother & Asenath.

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November 1887, The Journal of George F. Richards, accessed May 18, 2024