August 17, 1853

in Thoreau’s Journal:

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The High black-berries are now in their prime—the richest berry we have. The wild black currant by Union Turnpike ripe—(in Gardens some time). The knapweed now conspicuous like a small thistle. Did I set it down too early? Rain Rain rain again! Good for grass & apples…

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