Sat 28 at Noras Cool hard frost but pleasant day we Slept well last nite & feel good & ready for 3 meals Allie went 45 miles to Marry a couple teachers in a college for which he recd a fee of $15 & returned at 8 in the eve I took a walk a.m. & Saw many semitropical trees & shrubs palms Eucaliptus oranges & lemons on & under the trees along the streets fine paved streets & walks towards eve Leslie run the auto out & took a ride around the town nice paved Streets with Stately long rows of palms & other strange trees to me on each Side sent Card to Coffey to send the Advance to Lodi Cal
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