you would name as soon as convenient, as I have to write a report on the flora for the Expedition I had a fine [icy time?] & gathered a lot of exceedingly interesting facts concerning the formation of Behring Sea & the Arctic Ocean & the configuration of the shores of Siberia & Alaska Also concerning the forests that used to grow there, etc, which I hope someday to discuss with you. With cordial regards to Mrs Gray I am ever your friend John Muir.
Martinez, Contra Costa Co., California
1881 Oct 31
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