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We left Baltimore at the tail-end of winter, went into spring and on through summer, and now we are in fall weather and urging our way south to the winter of Cape Horn.
A sleepy little plant – that is the worst of it; much given to long summer-day naps; but in the cool fall weather it grows wakeful and bright.
The fall weather was just turning crisp, and my husband Jack and I and our three children squeezed into the car to head out for the Junior Midgets Sunday afternoon football game.
An 'regular fall weather it was -- the glint o' the sun on the golden larch an 'the quakin' aspens; an 'the glister of light on ivery ripple; an' beyand, the winter an 'the blue haze of the North comin' down hand in hand.