Thurs 2 Still & cold below freezing recd a good letter from Sylvia & I see by this morning paper the cold is general in the US even in S California in Sacramento colder than had been known before at this time of year after dinner Leslie took Max back to his camp 100 miles in the auto his wound arm is doing well Allie went 12 ms [miles] to conduct a funeral I took a walk west a mile or more & saw onions & cabbage just set out I saw Eucalyptus trees a beautiful tree with body resembling sycamore & long narrow leaves & plenty of them I saw fig olive almond & pepper trees the PM was cool & fine for walking & I enjoyed my walk
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