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San Antonio, which I did a day or so later, and spent a lovely
day in San Antonio visiting her and about five other people,
going to the museum, looking at the fair site -- It was about
90 miles to San Antonio . Of course that's considered nothing
in Texas. So I drove 90 miles for lunch and 90 miles back,
which is to me an awful long way to go for lunch.
You didn't take the plane.
No. I didn't take the plane. We went to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Krim over the weekend in a helicopter with the
President. It's only 40 miles from his ranch but we went and
dropped down on the Krim's ranch in the helicopter -- took us
about ten minutes, I guess. We rode in all kinds of conveyances.
The ranch was charming. It was extremely comfortable,
very cordial, everyone was very , very agreeable.
Was this the season when the flowers were in bloom?
No, Not it was just be ginning to be warm, not very
warm. I had given Mrs. Johnson some cherry trees, which had
never grown in Texas before, and which in the end turned out
not to grow either. I had gone to try to talk to about
some medical problems and about the assigning of to another
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