3or go to Oakdale, or Merced & get accommodations at one of those places, or perhaps some other! Can they find horses to drive & ride when in Valley? Would four horses be sufficient for a party of eight or nine? Two wagons, of course. What route?They desire to remain in the valley & vicinity, at least, a month & wish to make the trip in an economical way suitable to the hard times. Where is the best place to camp in the valley?Any suggestions would be appreciated.Our friend, Keith, is mounted high on a new God.01795
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