Martinez, Sep. 3, 1902My dear Miss Delaney:Many thanks for the Twins & the Log.- both good; the Twins ridiculously charmingly so. As to your plan of joining 'your girls' in our next off going to the mountains I say with all my heart I'd like it. Surely a brighter abler lot never cheered a wilderness. Even Triangle Gannettt boiled & bubbled in eternal poetry or something like it. Can't you come up some Saturday with Wanda? I wish you mayEvery faithfullyYoursJohn Muir
1902 Sep 3
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