loitered and strayed at leisure in the beautiful flower gardens of God's own planting - with you gently holding my hand and leading me all the way; pointing out all the little, fragrant beauties of our many flowering meadows, and causing "shivers" to chaseup and down my back in showing me the wonderful chasms and heights.Through "Our National Parks" have I had some of my most delightful trips through your eyes - also have I felt the frozen north and balmy south land straying with you as guide and most pleasing companion - Therefore
La Manda Park, Calif.
1914 Jan 10
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0051
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