We often often speak about you and wonder if you have been away [stravaging?] on the mountains again. & when we look at the photo of your beautiful little Lassies we wonder if we are ever to see them or their mother. Uncle Hardie has been wonderfully well this winter but is this week rather poorly with cold and dear Aunt Polly is very very fraid, her sight has become so very bad too and althogether you would know a great change upon her. Mrs. Jeffrey is pretty well & it is a mercy for she has to take care of the others. Father has been kept very busy over the02067
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