Martinez, Nov. 13, 1908.Darling Helen:All goes well here & you know how delightful to me are tidings of your brave march to health The greatest danger is from colds, keep out high winds & away from those suffering from colds or Grippe. & never go to town in stormy weather or anything like it. & keep warm especially around your lungs. Tom's away on Ham Hall's Lake Eleanor business. Wanda & the baby are well. I have Mr Schmitt a Sierra Club man typewriting. He's pretty slow but a plodder. The place here looks fine. The only weedless place in the Valley Grapes most gone, but can glean another box or two if you want themEver thine John Muir
1908 Nov 13
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