Thursday 14 A very fine fall day we arose a little early & Willard had a funeral at 8-30 a boy 17 hunting rabbits his gun bursted & he was killed we then all went to KC over fine roads & splendid scenery & farms & fine house Especially the buildings of KC are many & fine we went to rr office & found about our train &c to Grand Junction & I think we ought to end our visit here & go to Sylvias but mother & Harriet want us to stay to Thanksgiving we took dinner at Caffeteria a very fine meal I pd $1,84 for the 4 then we lookd around the city & went in car around the cliff drive a very fine drive & scenery home by dusk & it rained a little a letter from Lavanda said Leslie started over sea Mon[Monday]
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