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with the meal that will be put up here will go a
long way to tide us over the winter. Should Mr.
S.
decide not to stay on the island it will be
a small matter to go by ship and pick up the
meal which will be on a point or some other
place which a ship can reach easily. I have talked
this over with Crawford and he agrees with me
on this as a good plan.

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min -18.0

Galle and I hauled a load of wood from the
Westward. Saw no fox or bear tracks. Crawford
and Maurer hauled ice & cut wood. Fresh breeze
from the East. Clear. The woman is repair-
ing our water boats for the spring as she
has nothing else to do at present.

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min -26.5

Did nothing but the chores today. Blowing a
fresh breeze from the East. Cloudy.

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min -27.0

Galle and I hauled a load of wood. Crawford and
Maurer cleaned ofout the stove and pipe. Got one
fox in the traps set near camp altho while haul -
ing wood we did not see a track. Cloudy, calm & warm

max +6.0
min -24.5

Blowing a strong breeze and snowing all day so
stayed inside. Cloudy & warm

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min -6.5

Blowing a strong gale from the West. StaStayed indoors. Warm

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