We all got up late – after breakfast I put wires on several pictures and hung them, then up to P.O. and for short walk. Sky partly cloudy – high S.W. wind, and snow drifting in great misty shapes. Drifts at west and of town are head-high.
The day one of “fiddling” around – get out all small frames and fit pictures into them.
Tame rabbit for dinner which we bought of Brooker. A great success – it was unanimously decided next time we must get twice as much at least.
At twilight up to P.O. The air clear - the wind damp the west a solid gray – reading in paper of drifts out in the country 15 and 20 feet deep –
Charles E. Burchfield, March 10, 1932