Sarah [Muir Galloway]
though there had been more bloom than usual after the plentiful winter rains- but the weeds have grown too and have taken a lot of work to clean them out. but then the out of door work is good too. I had a beautiful ride not long since, along the coast and out by the sand domes where the Y.W.C.A grounds have been laid out. Their auditorium built and also Dormitories enouth to accomodate some hundreds of the young people during their summer outings and conventions. The woods are beautiful all around and about the place.so many wild flowers as well as the fine trees.I have only heard from Joanna once since her daughter Bernice's marriage, she was missing her company as she was the one who was at home with her while the other girls were away at their office work. I have not heard from Mary for some time but all were well at her last writing.Anna and her family are well and all very busy Kenneth is doing irrigation work. The man he works for has large places to irrigate and Kenneth is one of the workmen. Marjorie is busy with
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1914 May 26
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0345
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