[Annie ] Bidwell
2to our fruitful eventful Shasta trip. I think I told you of my visit to Sir Joseph at Sunningdale & how fondly he recalled our blessed Shasta Camping excursion as we sat on a little hill overlooking London. Also my visit to Mrs Gray at Cambridge a few years ago when the Shasta days were brought back with loving memories of you all. I must try to write that story, & the lonely sail down the Sacramento on the little sugar-pine snag-jumper which was about as exciting at times as my rushing ride down the Yosemite muontain slope on an avalanche. And now you have brought us all together again in the streets of your pretty town - This is a delightful way to keep our memories green.
1901 Dec 19
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