7tremendous crowd of people in the valley but we had a fine camp under the Royal Arches and I was very glad to be in the Valley long enough to see more of [it then?] I did when I was there before. We went over nearly all the trails and also took some grand one and two day trips where there were no trails. We did not go very far around the rim of the Valley because the rest of the trip took rather longer than we expected it would and the rest of the party wanted to spend091908most of the time there was left, in the valley and on the trails but we went around the top from Nevada Falls to Glacier Point and camped one night near the top of Eagle Peak and [illegible] sun set and sun rise. Perhaps some other time I will have a chance to go all the way around the rim. The Santa Fe people treated us beautifully both going in and coming out. We had remarkably good teams and comfortable stages and they took us all the way in to Crockers I don't like summer09190
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