interview and he has kept Ferguson
+ myself all morning until it is now
almost time for the train east.
I shall go to Weston tomorrow and
after stopping there for two or three
days shall start for Ottawa. I cannot
tell you when to meet me, dearest,
for I have used up every cent of money
I have in helping to pay the expenses
of this trip and I cannot send you any
to bring you up until I return to Ottawa.
You know that I have only a limited
sum from the Survey, and I have been
obliged to draw all my summer's salary
to pay the wages of the men. Probably
I shall get it back after a while.
We reached down last night, having
driven up from Selkirk + everyone appeared
pleased to see us. I received your
telegram in Selkirk and sincerely hope
that you are well, dearest, and
I shall look for a long letter from
you in Weston. I sincerely hope