[letterhead]May 29th 1899Dear LouieWe arrived here yesterday fournoon & expected to join the train this afternoon But a telegram from the train tells us that we will not leave for Seattle until tomorrow evening, the train arrives here early tomorrow morningIn the meantime we are getting a fine rest at Portland Hotel. Charlie Keeler is capital company & a good fellow everyway Im going to try now that the rain ceased to find someone that can tell me about the Rainier ParkI guess our party will be large Here are some clippings which tell little yet may interest you. I [dont?] want to give you eternal 02585[letterhead]trouble about fire, still I keep myself somewhat [illegible] about my MS.S.Everything points to a good instructive time.It seems that Mr Harriman's sole aim is to take scientists when they most wish to go & nowadays are the most inaccessible places.Heaven bless you all I'll probably be able to give you some points on our route to which letters may be addressedEver ThineJohn Muir02585
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