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Lodges and Huts

Letters of Peter Grubb
June 10, 1937

Dear Nannie and Grandpa,

I hope all has been quite well since I left there a few weeks ago. Last week I was in Yosemite with another boy. We made a kind of a triangle through the high country. There was a great deal of snow, as a matter of fact there was too much for backpacking or hiking without skis or snowshoes. Never-the-less we had a grand trip. We saw lots of evidence of wild animals and also saw a great many deer, otter, bear, and a possible wolverine. One bear track in particular we f photographed measured about 10 to 11 inches across. It might interest you to know, Grandpa, that we stayed in the Parsons Lodge for two night in Tuolumne Meadows. The lodge is in very good condition. It is now equipped with food for emergencies, beds, firewood and a concrete floor etc.

Well it will only be about 11 days before I will be on the ocean. I will let you know later how long I will be at San Pedro. So I might even see you then, if I am there long enough. Again I hope all is well in Redlands. Give my love to Aunt Marion and good luck to Bert.

Love from, Peter


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