5rode them over logs and rough trails they were all in better condition at the end of the trip than when we got them The cooking was mostly fun for the party was not [illegible] enough to make it much work and every one helped. We all got so we could make very good bread (your way) and once we made a fine cake in the frying pan out of flour, water, sugar raisins and fine nuts.After Hetch Hetchy five of us made a hurried trip to the Tuolumne meadows091906which I think Helen told you about in one of her letters. It was very cold snowy and sh[illegible]hy up there and we didn't have much to eat but every thing looked so wonderful, all [illegible] and we had such glorious old camp fires in the marveous clear, frosty nights that I enjoyed that part the most of the whole trip. After we came back from the meadows we stayed three days at Crockers and then went to Yosemite where we stayed for ten days. There was a 09190
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