|Content Description||Addresses her as 'My dear Sister'; hasn't heard from her for months.|
Informs her that they've been away motoring for a fortnight in the Hopi country; comments that the Navajo Coutry is very wild and strange - real old savage America; bemoans there being too many motor cars now in the world.
Discusses his new novel 'The Boy in the Bush' and the co-author Mollie Skinner; mentions his new horse Aaron, [Dorothy] Brett's pony Dan and Frieda's horse the Azul.
Speculates that he will stay in New Mexico for a few weeks, then must go to Mexico to finish 'Quetzalcoatl' because he hasn't written much this year; asks if she received the 'Corn Dance' article sent via Emily.
Comments on Mabel Luhan's relationships with people, including her husband Tony.
Discusses the weather, and the local landscape; enquires about various family members; is sorry to hear about [the death of] Florrie Cooper, and hopes Gertie [Cooper] is well.
Signed 'Love from us both to you all. DHL'.