Thursday December 26 1918 At one oclock this morning we bad[e] Jap & Sylvia good bye & Ray took us to Depot in auto Isabel Leila & Marjorie went with us to Depot & at 2 we bade them good bye climbed into our lower 8 berth & had a good sleep had breakfast on diner pd 1,05 & past a pleasant day at 2 pm at Ogden Utah where we changd cars & I pd 4,95 for Pullman to Lodi Califor we dined on diner this eve pd 95c & past thru the most desolate mt rox [mountain rocks?] & tipt the porter for an extra blanket & went to our Berth with a prospect of a good nite
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