Monterey, Monterey County, California

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    April 18th, 1889. enjoyed to the fullest extent by everyone of our party. After we left Monterey we passed through a piece of woods where the Methodists hold their camp meetings, and the frames of their canvas houses stood ready to be occupied when the summer-time should come again. We got back to the salt water swimming baths at half past eleven. Mr Badlam informed us that the ocean water is rather too cold, as a general thing, for bathing. It comes down along the coast ...
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    April 17, 1889 Latter-day Saints, Col. Trumbo took us to lunch at the california market. "we then returned to the Grand Hotel, and from there we took cars to the railroad station for Monterey. Mr Badlam accompanied us. on the cars was Senator Stanford. I had a conver- sation with the Senator. He is very kindly disposed and cherishes a very warm regard for President Young, and our people generally, and I believe he is a true friend ...
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    viewed many places saw a forest occupied with all kinds of birds and squirrels. we saw a plant Sily, the leaf as large as a big wash tub. there are but very few of the kind in America. We traveled over much ground, and saw much. We had an interview with Prest. Lorenzo Snow and Brother Henry S. Tanner who presides in San Francisco. We concluded to attend their meeting. August 20, 1896 ~ Thursday August 20th We took cars and went to ...
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    interview with Col. I. Trumbo, A. Badlam and Judge Estee. August 23, 1896 ~ Sunday Aug 23rd We took a walk through a part of the gardens. The Arizona garden was the most interesting. We saw ten century plants in bloom. I seem to have taken cold and it has settled all through my system. August 24, 1896 ~ Monday Aug 24th. For the first time in years I see and hear crows in the trees near the ...
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    August 22, 1896 ~ Saturday 22 Aug We paid our Bill at the palace & took cars for Monteray Had a vary interesting Jorny of 124 Miles A vast amount of fruit orchards the Most of which are Prunes Monterey is one of the Most interesting places in America esspecialy the flower Garden We had an interview with Col Trumbo A Badlam & Judge Esstee We spent the night at Monte- rey August 23, 1896 ~ Sunday ...
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    August 24, 1896 ~ Monday 24 Aug for the first time in years I see & hear crows in the trees Near the Hotel we took a carriage & Road through Monterey & took carriage & road through the pacific Drive grove Cypress Grove the ownly one in the World so the Driver said said the Stranded Steamer on the Rock We Drove through the p[e]aceful [Inprains] Land of 7000 Acres we passd through a Heard of Large ground squirls a great Number of them we had a ...
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    August 25, 1896 ~ Tuesday Aug 25 Brothers Cannon & Asahel & myself took carr & rode to the city of Monterey and highered a fish Boat paid $5 & road to sea opposite of the lake ground & fished with Hooks all day we caught about 200 rock fish & one rock cod of about 3 lbs weight we caught one rock fish of about 5 lbs most of the fish were vry small Brothe Cannon professed Never to be a Fisherman but He caught his share ...
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    PRESIDENT'S OFFICE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST. OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS, P. O. BOX B. Salt Lake City, U.T. May 3rd, 1889. William Atkin, Bloomington, Washington Co. Dear Brother: I received your letter of April 8th, but have never had a moment that I could answer it until now. Brother Geo. Q. and myself enjoy our freedom very much. We held 12 meetings in three days in Utah County, and I had a very ...