Lodges and Huts
Letters of Peter Grubb
August 4, 1935
Thank you very much for your very nice letter which I have received both on the trip and at home. I had quite forgotten about the dollar which is given for each sheep seen. It certainly will come in handy for mountaineering equipment. In answer to your letter regarding the other boy. His name is Neil Ruge, 1054 Cragmont Ave., Berkeley.
The trip was grand and I wish that it was not over. In all I climbed 24 peaks. Today I went rock-climbing in Berkeley and had a long time talk with Dick Leonard about his trip to Mt. Wellington. I suppose you have seen the grand article in the papers on the trip. I saw Dicks album of about 75 pictures of the climb the whole way from Knights Inlet up the three attempts and back to the inlet.
I hope you are all feeling fine.