March 30, 1902 Easter Sunday

A cold North West wind has blown all day and an occasional squall of round snow has fallen at intervals and at about six o’clock this evening a soft mess of snow fell in a few minutes whitening the ground.

Yesterday I with Harve went to help Dudley haul fodder.

I had bad luck in overturning my wagon and being unable to get my load home.

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