Fri 27 On the SP [Southern Pacific] train in the Sieranevada Mts & Cold 7 deg below zero & lots of snow past thru 42 miles of Snow Sheds & well built took breakfast 2,50 for both & about 10 am commencd going down grade & the Snow disappeared & warmer weather came & we had passed from an altitude of over 7000 ft to 30 ft at Sacramento when Allie & his son Leslie met us with auto & after riding around the city & viewing the Sights we took the road south to Lodi 30 miles & a hard surface road a fine pleasant ride arrivd at Lodi at 3-30 & Nora cam out to meet is feeling good Nora has nice place to live orange tree in the yard with oranges on I pict one was not extra
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