import from Mrs Muir's account of their mountain plans and only regret that I cannot continue my excellent? reputation as chaperone by accepting that dignity on a trip in the near future. Let us hope it is only on honor deferred, for I count on many more mountain trips as well as the Alaska one and shall hope it may be my privilige to be of your party - as I must say our one experience was ideally perfect.It was so good of you Mr Muir to express such cordial good will to my friend bySanta BarbaraDear Mr Muir,I have waited to write my sincere appreciation of the lovely day you gave to my friend and me, thinking I should receive Wanda's letter forwarded from the O[illegible] and reply to that at the same time, but I fancy it must have gone astray, perhaps she did not use the P. O. address Nordhoff.I judge however of its03218
Santa Barbara [Calif.]
[1903 Apr 19] ?
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