[Robert Underwood] Johnson
6Martinez July 2, 1891Dear Mr Johnson-Your letters & telegram received. I am bending & stretching at the oar in this Kings River article hard as I can. Had a good trip but a little hard. Had to walk in the Yosemite from the Sequoia Park. Rain sleet snow & flooded streams slid 2 miles on dead avalanche. Mule with all our goods went down the river but was caught on a grand [illegible] Robinson grawling & blaming the sun spots for all. etc etc etc But we had a fine rich time for a’ that.
1891 Jul 2
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