¶ 5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 Thus far the land has been low and level with many draining ditches in sight. Beyond Celle the country becomes hilly until within a few inches of the Elbe when it again becomes low and flat- and here for the first time in Europe we see cows grazing, probably dairy cows for Homburg supply. but still there is not a fence in sight. Very rarely see an ox. The country wagons always clumsy, are always drawn by cows, by ropes fastened to their horns, instead of yokes. Have seen geese grazing and ocaisionally a few sheep in a pen. Hogs, cattle and horses are seldom seen grazing and seem to be luxuries beyond the reach of the peasants.
¶ 6 Leave a comment on paragraph 6 0 A great many Dogs everywhere, and the large Dogs are valuable, as they are all compelled to work, drawing carts, or small wagons principally small, clumsy four wheeled milk wagons. Large luggage carts for men generally have a Dog harnessed in, helping all he can. The poor curs always lay down as