[Helen Muir ?]
[Wanda Muir ?]
3 [ca May 1901]instead, I have a fine gallop on him every morning and am teaching him better manners than he had the day you and Papa went to get a few grapes. Stickeen is flourishing and is as intelligent as ever, I am afraid he will miss me when we go to the Tuolumne Meadows with the Sierra Club this summer. Our wild flowers are fading now and the grass is beginning to turn brown on the hills, but I think it is the best time of the year, for all the trees look so beautiful every where and the grape vines are all covered with fresh -g. leaves the weather is perfectly lovely, just like09187
[Martinez, Calif. ?]
[ca. 1901 May]
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 13 cm.
Reel 11, Image 0717
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