[Sarah Muir Galloway]
you all a tingle of pleasure. We have had the grandest flood that has occurred in three years. More than one hundred falls averaging near 3000 ft in height sang together in glorious jubilee besides, a countless company of silvery arterus gleaming everywhere A perfect storm of waterfalls the smallest with a voice that was hearable at a distance of several miles, Possibly on account of this storm May appear in some of the papers, & I will try to send it. I trust dear sister that you are very happy with your Davie & wee ones I have so much to say that I cannot speak at all Some day we will talkit all over Give my kindest regards to Davie & to old Mrs Galloway & to all of the broad branching family that you meet I am very busy witting ice etc. Also I have written a few letters that may appear in the N.Y. Tribune With this mail I send 30 letters & the writing of these together with my glacial studies have kept me busy Farewell. with everlasting Love to all John Muir
1872 Jan 17
Original letter dimensions: 18 x 23.5 cm.
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