Charlie [Charles A. Keeler]
Martinez, March 25, 1902Dear CharlieI did not hear your very well in the phone yesterday. I guess you said that I was to be in time for dinner, & that you would meet me at the Berkeley Station & guide me. If so which boat should I take from San Francisco? I shall be very glad to meet Mrs [Forte?] & the Wheelers in what I hope is to be a quiet informal way Should I not appear at your hospitable cottage than mourn me lost in your town wildsSincerely yours John Muir[in margin: Please send a few directions that even a mountaineer may understand]
1902 Mar 25
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