Mr. & Mrs. [Charles] Keeler
and now you must come up as soon after the rain as you conveniently can & tell your sea & island stories at your leisure & I'll promise to be less barbarously garrulous. I am very glad to have made the acquaintance of the Bu[illegible]nells, I like all the family. My! what a whirl of a ride I had to Oakland & how kindly Mr Bu[illegible]nell waited for me when I made an uncons[illegible]ably long call on Sycamore Street. Come soon Lost to the little lassieEver your friendJohn Muir
1902 Apr 1
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