[blank page on left]who expects to get to the "Dutchmans Flat" by train, and thence keep moving for three months when it is cool and mosit & not over 4000 ft high.Maybe John will remember a [illegible] bakc of Nesaka which would meet her requirements. I have told her in my replay to her letter that I would ask you to call on her at 1600 Taylor St. S. [illegible] I have also told her how you travelled once with the dear mother and saved her all these blessed years.I think she would be grateful for a word from you. and she is well worth saving.And I love you all as I climb toward the hills when we shall have plenty of time to say what is in our hearts.Jeanne Carr
 Jun 11
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