[in margin: Charlie Keeler]Sweetbrier Camp,Castella, Shasta County, Cal.August 16th 1903My dear Mr. Muir:What a wanderer you are! I have no idea where to address you, but will send this to Martinez to be forwarded. All the spring I thought of going to see you, and planned for it, but Louise was not very well and I had the misfortune to become entangled in one task after another, that left me no freedom. Then you went off to the Yosemite with the President, and whisk! before I knew what had happened you were started for the ends of the earth! What a royal good time you will have of it, so happily companioned and in such far wildernesses!Our summer has passed quietly enough in this woodland nook beside03291
Castella, Shasta Co., Calif.
1903 Aug 16
Original letter dimensions: 21 x 26.5 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0782
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