Helen [Muir Funk]
neglected, and Wanda promised then to send them off immediately. I hope yen will be successful in making a fine red show in your windows this coming winter.That you are, as you say, feeling as fine as ever is the only thing that 1 care about. As long as you are well 1 am well, and Tom and his ranch and all the other ranches can go tapselterie-e, as the Scotch say, for all 1 care.Give my kindest regards to Buel, my little girl Funk, Mr. and Mrs. Funk, and the blessed old Judge.I am working away on that animal book, which, is still far from completion.Ever your devoted father,John muir
1910 Oct 6
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