[Helen & Wanda Muir]
& make plans for repairs, but I have not seen or heard from him since. He had to go to the Tuolumne Camp on business there. He said it would be hard to leave the work he has got into in the burned city & seemed so full of building plans & schemes I shall not be surprised if he does not take up the ranch work at all. And how Helen & I are to keep house alone I don't see or even guess as I wander in the enchanted forest. A few quick fleeting almanac years at most will show as far as the old man may count. But you are both well & happy as your Adamana letters tell & so of course am I.And now to come out of all this dreamland & down to sublunary
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