thoughts in Oakland,and gather them for such paragraphs. Feel v for me, when I have to force myself to decline your kind invitation for membership in yourr or may I say, our -Sierra Club. If it is the Creok-Route, I ferry over with from Oakland, I will be there and attend every meeting. I long to see men, I long to speak my mind, I long to be listed where progress is possible. Here, I do not see a man within a week, it be then the only man I employ or the ditchtender passing through. If you can, forgive after reading about such circumstances the man who can not but open his heart to those he feels attracted, to.In love for, our forest, more especially our Sierra Nevadafaithfully yours[illegible]
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