is pretty well now. Day before yesterday Aunt Mary and Helen and I had a fine walk on the hills, Aunt Mary does not get tired as easily as when she first came. I have not had a bit of trouble with my eyes since I have been wearing "goggles" and will be ready to learn some lessons when you come home.When will you be home? I hope you will be here soon for we are a rather dull household and need you to keep us lively.Lovingly your daughterWanda MuirMartinez CalifSep 2. 1897My dear Papa,We received your fine long letters and are all glad to hear that you are having such a a good time and how I do wish that Helen and I were with you on this trip. I am just not going to let you go up to Alaska again without me.09160
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