visits. Do come East and let us renew [them?]. You will have to come East to reach the Amazon and coming halfway is even [better?] that no way at all!Soon the frolic architecture of snowy winter will be in [reins?], [once?] [illegible] we'll have all the butterflies and the bumblebees and the red buds on the maple trees to amuse you.[illegible] and I were so surprised325 East AvenueRochester NYDear Mr Muir:-The western New York blizzards that we've been indulging in all winter tend to make us long more and more for the warmth of South American sunshine! You haven't forgotten our Amazon trip have you? I'm still heart and soul for it, and in no wise "agin" it!We miss you and our [dear?] California04967
Rochester, N. Y.
[1911 ?] Feb 24
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