[John Muir, Louie and Helen Muir]
I wish that you could have been along too, it seemed so good to be out on the hills again after having been in the house so much. The girls that went to the top are coming home with me sometime and then we can have some more good walks and you can go with us then It is time to start church now so I must finish my letter latter My roommate is still quite sick, a great many of the girls have very bad colds. I have a slight one but it is nothing serious. I don't see what can be the matter with us for we have had real summer weather for the last too weeks and there seems no excuse at all for being sick. How are you? Don't worry about me for I am alright. My oranges are all gone and I would like some more very much, I also want some money. about twenty dollars. I am so glad that the days are getting so much longer for I will be able to have so much more time at home next time I come I think that I will come home on Wednesday
[1900 ? ] Feb 11
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 20 cm.
Reel 11, Image 0077
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