By Pat Caldwell
NYSSA – The day was beautiful.
That’s what lingers in Paula Weston’s memory about the time she first saw her husband, Daryl, in 1963.
Paula and her three sons were on an excursion to a lake near their home in Oroville, Calif., when a cattle truck came by.
Paula distinctly saw the driver. The truck driver saw them, too, and gave a blast on the truck horn and rolled out of sight.
Seven years later, she was a widow and needed income from pasture rents. That driver, Daryl Weston, who was a grocery store manager by day, came to her home to ask about putting cows . . .