gCovina nuair ag fásadh úlloird go leor fadó.
Thóg Clarence Tucker seo. Measaim go raibh séisean féin is óige ansin. Bhí amharc seo i 1900. Ar ndóigh, fuair sé bás i 1970.
Ar feadh an bliain sin, bhí mé óg freisin. Bhí mé i gcónaí i Claremont, D'imirt mé leis mo chairde ina h-úlloird na crannaí líomóide ar chúl mó thí.
Chonaic mé an sliabh ceanna leis sneachta. Tá Sliabh Naomh Antoine go hoifigúil ann. Ach, glaoch gach duine áitúil leis an leasainm é "Sliabh Maolín."
Tá sé thart ar deich míle míle ard ansiud. Tá sé ina sainchomhartha ag imeall an Cathair na hÁingeal ann, go deo. Is féidir liom a fheiceáil go fóill ar an lá glan daichead míle ar shiúl ina ghemreidh anois.
"Trees and Mt. Baldy"
I remember a panorama like this here. I grew up near here. The photograph was taken in Covina when many orchards grew long ago.
Clarence Tucker took this. I reckon he himself was very young then. This view's in 1900. However, he died in 1970.
During that year, I too was young. I was living in Claremont. I played with my friends in the orchard of lemon trees the back of my house.
I saw this same mountain with snow. It's Mt. San Antonio officially. But, everyone locally calls it "Mt. Baldy."
It's about ten thousand miles high up there. It's a landmark around Los Angeles, always. I'm able to see it still on a clear day forty miles away in winter now.