Tues 7 A very fine moderate day frost this morn & lay on in the shade after noon I took a walk AM & the Washington Democrat came we all went in the new auto for a ride called at Culbertsons & rode on extra fine cement roads & saw men picking olives for 6c a lb to make oil they had been froze & not fit for pickles we have them on the table at Noras & I am getting to like them 5 or 6 miles of straight roads between rows of palms & other trees large grape fields & peach olive prune & other orchards
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