Thursday February 2, 1921  At Isabels in Pomona, California fair & cool We arose at 7 Isabel made us a nice fire in the grate & we had good pancakes for breakfast I wrote to Ezra Bradford in the Soldiers Home Ioa [Iowa] I have a bad feeling in the back of my Neck & head Heavy frost & Cold this morn Now at Noon in shade 53 after dinner Ralph & I went down town & rode all around up one street & down another looking at houses & vacant lots Thinking some of buying many properties for sale but they want too much money we wound up by going south of the residence a mile or 2 to see Ralphs 20 acre farm a very fine looking 20 acres & nice paved road runs almost to the land I got Chamberlains tablets I gave Marjorie 5-0 [50 cents]
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