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in the mountains that is just as cold here now as it is in Yonkers in the beginning of march & I am glad that I brought my winter clothes.
Last night there was a little snow and we had two hard frosts, but the air is very fine & the sun very clear & warm.
There are lots of meadow-larks that sing almost as beautifuly as the thrushes.  They have bright yellow breasts with a black necktie & gray speckled backs.  The blue birds here are blue all over, as blue as the sky, and that is very blue indeed.  Coming home from the Hot Spring we saw an eagle hovering over the sage brush where there was a flock of sheep & lambs.  He rose
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