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of them college graduates fine manly fellows ready for hard work. Cold beer and cold lemonade served. Mr. Tochelson [[pencil]][[insertion]] Tokilson(?) [[pencil/]][[insertion/]] drove me back in his excellent six Cylinder Franklin. Mrs. Tochelson accompanied us to train. Mr. Adamson [[pencil]][[insertion]] of N. Y. [[pencil/]][[insertion/]] was in front. Rapid drive thru dessert bumping often up high but excellent car. Just got back in time and after few minutes train moved out. Took lunch in train. Dr Calm. Herty, Parsons & Mrs. Parsons were my guests. At about 2 P.M. arrived at [[underlined]]Santa Barbara[[/underlined]] where traps were waiting for us. This city is prettier than any I have seen. beautiful residences beautiful landscapes
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Santa Barbara mission with the [[monk?]] who had a cracked voice. [[pencil]] Eunuch? [[pencil/]] Drive along sea shore, then to Miramar all this exquisitely beautiful Then dinner at the magnificent Potter Hotel. Flowers flowers everything seems big and generous. [[strikethrough]][??]] [[strikethrough/]] Far handsomer than anything I have seen in Italy or France and minus the dirt, filth and [[strikethrough]] [sordid] [[strikehthrough/]]  squalid neighborhoods and vicious lower classes. Everybody you meet here, be he coach driver or cowboy seems a man here.
It became very cool and foggy in the evening, which makes this an unusual climate never [[strikethrough]] [hot nev] [[strikethrough/]] too hot never too cold. Went aboard train at about 9 P.M. felt rather tired after all our experiences of the day [[strikethrough]] and the [[strikethrough/]]
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