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on farm till war broke out. Army for two years than "manpowered back onto a farm because at that time they wanted produce. After the war went to Thames and bought a commercial fishing boat, then the building industry. Joined Labour dept.

Reflects on jobs and direction his life took. Remembers `long tedious hours' that he , his wife, and another man spent milking 150 cows. Talks about farming, fishing, building.

Recalls building a `good' haystack. Details. Mentions reference from employer regarding his proficiency as a haystack builder. Mentions Mr. Peacock of Peacocks road.