OCT. 1 (Wed.) On the first of Oct. about 11 o'clock, we
(And All Were Well)
OCT. 2 (Thu.) Left
OCT. 3 (Fri.) We spent all day in
(We Were All Well)
OCT. 4 (Sat.) Left Hot Springs about 8 o'clock. The little towns we passed which were
interesting were: Las Palomas, Hatch and Nutt.
The roads from Hatch to Nutt were very rough but from Nutt to
(We Were All In)
OCT. 5 (Sun.) About 9 o'clock in the morning we left
(All Rested Well)
OCT. 6 (Mon.) We left Deming about 9:15 Monday morning
(We Were All Glad)
OCT. 7 (Tue.) We started from
(We Were All Dusty)
OCT. 8 (Wed.) Left Dragoon about 10 o'clock the next morning. Our trouble from Dragoon to Benson caused us to stop for repairs. Roads were fairly good.
(Not Tired Tonight)
OCT. 9 (Thu.) Left Benson about 8 o'clock Thursday
morning, arriving at
(We Were All Hot)
OCT. 10 (Fri) Left Tucson about 7 o'clock Friday morning. Before leaving we saw the air ship "THE SHANNDOAH". We went as far as Gila Bend. The roads between these places were pretty rough, and a spot which was dusty. The front spring to one of our trucks snapped, but was repaired in a jiffy.
(We Were All Good and Tired)
OCT. 11 (Sat) Left Gila Bend Saturday morning at 12 o'clock on our way to Wellton, arriving there at 5:30. The roads were some what rough. We had a pretty good day. We camped out of doors for the first time on our trip, was enjoyed very much. We met other campers who were very interesting.
(We All Felt Good)
OCT. 12 (Sun) Left Welton at 7 o'clock for
(But We Were All Tired)
OCT. 13 (Mon) We left
(We All Felt Pretty Good)
OCT. 14 (Tue) Left a service station where we rested Monday night, which is about 15 miles from Banning, Calif., and arrived at River Side at 1 o'clock. We had a very good day. We saw more pretty places to-day than we had seen on all our trip so far.
(We Were All Happy)
OCT. 15 (Wed) We left River Side about 9 o'clock Wednesday morning on our way for Sierra Madre where we arrived about 1:30. Finding every body well and happy. Our destination was reached.
(We Were All Full Of Joy)
Those Who Made the Trip Were:
Fred Lalone (Dad)
Margarite Lalone (Mother)
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