Home, Aug. 2d 1909-Darling HelenI think I have received all your letters. The last at Crockers, those written just before I left home I got yesterday when I arrived. I'm so glad you are enduring the heat so ably & actually growing stronger through it all.Bertha & the babes & old folk are all well here. The Peaches are ripening fast & I must send you some tomorrow Most of the trees are loaded. Our Sierra trip was the best of all our outings. I'll be down to see you soon. Kindest regards to all. Love to you. John Muir
1909 Aug 2
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