what fine boys that where and such good times we had together. I am going to take a trip on March 7 with the Victoria house to the West Indiens [Indians] we shall make alltogether about ten stops and the trip lasting 24 days returning the first of April. It has been so cold here this
My dear Mr Muir
Do not think me ungrateful for not thanking you before for the lovely books and the nice visits I had with Mrs Muir and Mr Keith which I enjoyed very much. My trip accross the
winter and so much snow that it seems this winter has no end and a trip through the West Indiens [Indians] will be quiet agreable. How about you joining? it would be such pleasure to see you again. With kind regards to Mrs Muir also Mr & Mrs David Muir I am sincerely
2/12 - 1905.
Pacific was alltogether enjoyable and the different stops where very welcome we met quiet a few passengers mostly English & Australian with a few Americans. How about yourself I have heard from Mr Liddell about your trip to Brisbane and Willie as your campanion what a comfort that was.
I am stopping with my sister in care of C. R. Walltham
Richmond Hill, Long Island
1905 Feb 12
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27 cm.
Kling, David, "Letter from David Kling to John Muir, 1905 Feb 12." (1905). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 3241.
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