Home, Apr 21/08Darling HelenWanda is reported feeling fine, & will visit you in a week or so. Glad you are doing so carefully well. The drouth seems to be near breaking at last. It is drizzly and dark today with low barometer I wish you could the Home hill. Its finer in leaf & bloom than ever before.Remember eternal care against cold is the watchwordEver lovinglyyour fatherJohn Muir
1908 Apr 21
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