Mon 30 cool N wind but clear Sunny I took a short walk the street in front East of Noras is very nice & smoothly paved & many kids are enjoying their roller skates I saw many oranges on & under the trees & pepper trees & one magnolia I pict some almonds & cut them open with my knife they are real good nuts we recd letters from Sylvia & Isabel & one from Fred Klockenteger & this eve letter from Harriet in Keota telling of the death of Mrs Sina Deyoe at 2 pm we went in auto to Stockton 12 m south a fine hard surfaced road we stopt 2 hrs & came home flying a fine ride Allie got a fine 13 lb turkey for New years I wore my fur cap well pulled down & my overcoat & was none too warm we waited around Stockton a hour or more for a Mrs Webb who rode with us & then came home without her
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