Charles E. Washburn
sightly peaks; and make no doubt that there have been times when you, too, have been well up in the world. Now it has occurred to me that we may both have been on the same lovely – lonely – heights, though we may not have made their ascent together, or by the same approaches. And if I am right in my surmises a meeting for interchange of experiences would be, I am sure, a feast to me. I wonder if such, in the near future, is [illegible] the possibility?There is no prospect of my being in California very soon; but how about your being “in these parts?” Pray, let me hear from you, whatever be that prospect. Hoping that your power to enjoy has been, and may ever be, on the increase, and that I may have the pleasure, at no distant day of again seeing you face to face; - and awaiting an answer, when, and as the spirit my move you.I amYour still-aspiring friend, Charles E. WashburnJohn Muir,Martinez.California.
Lisle, Broome Co., N[ew] Y [ork]
1889 Jan 21
Original letter dimensions: 14.5 x 22.5 cm.
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