When is Wanda thinking of coming to see me?The ranch looks fine and green now. And the cottonwoods are out in full leaf. It has been 85° in the north shade every afternoon for a week now.Yesterday I saw Mr Tuttle, the division Superintendent, who is now at Needles. He used to be [Train?]master at Fresno. It was he who gave us permision to ride on the engine down from Stockton that time. He asked very kindly for you and wished to be rememebred and said if we ever "wanted anything" to let him know.I have been thinking that the double Cherokee rose would probably grow here. I want to try it anyway, it would make a rose bower of my shanty if I could just get it started. Please send me a root. Also two honeysuckle roots.04113
[1908 ?] Mar 19
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