[Annie] Wanda Muir Hanna
capped mountains beyond.From Yosemite we will probably go up to Tuolumne Meadows for a few days, then back to the Lake and then down to the Lowlands for the building of chimneys. When do you intend to come back to the Valley? I suppose I'll know when I get to Yosemite and read the letters from you that I hope are waiting for me there. I haven't heard any thing from you since I was married. It still seems a little queer to be spoken to as Mrs Hanna, especially when I am told as, I was once, that "Miss Muir was to be married" and am asked if I "ever met Miss Muir."We have two fine horses to ride and dandy little black mule to pack, but we have also done a good deal of walking besides. The flowers every where are in full bloom and its good to see them again, but the sugar pines are the best of all.Mrs Crocker has just had a letter from Mr Lukens, saying that he was soon to be married to a school teacher in Pasadena. Isnt that the most
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