Sarah [Muir Galloway]
John Muir & L[ouie Stretzel Muir]
-what feverish the first night, but better in the morning. Maggie has told you all about “these husbands so I need not add much on that subject” only that “we have failed to find the puddles and that they are both looking well.” Emma enjoyed the meeting so well, she thought that she would go away too, for a while, and Dan was about as mischievous as you would have been yourself. John David is much pleased with [illegible]aska, has been riding out with John about Crete, and today, they have gone ton Beatrice, to see something of the country there, it is a very thriving place, about thirty miles from here. still as regards our [money?], nothing can be decided until we are home. Such weather as we have had here, since coming home, has made us think much of the warm pleasant spring days in California, it was colder yesterday than any day at your home last
1883 Mar 28
Original letter dimensions: 40.5 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 04, Image 1040
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