Im so glad you are getting strong and can go to the mountains for a little trip. Yosemite will finish the cure. And I feel lots better to know that at last the ranch division business is settled and the papers being made out. Do the others (Wanda & Tom) seem perfectly satisfied? They have said nothing about business to me since I left.All goes well with us. Mr Van Dyke thinks the trees are coming out all right. The cottonwoods are leafing out, and the alfalfa is making great progress - it is beautifully green. There seem to be hundreds of birds singing aroung the ranch these happy warm days.Time to get this off for No. 3, so good-bye.Always yourHelen04107
[1908 ?] Mar 16
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