My dear Mama, Rachel has spent herself so in writing to thee that it seems hardly worth while for me to try, so I thought I wld wait till her fever was over, & as this eve. she seemed little inclined to desert the piazza, I concluded to undertake the task. We have had a most exercising day in all senses of the word, but so wonderful is the effect of this mountain air that I do not feel the least tired. In the first place this morning we set off in an open wagon for Haines's Fall a pleasant ride of about 2 miles, but it was after we got there the "tug of war" began. We had
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