Walter H. James

A Quote by Walter H. James on mind, music, and trees

The great forest, absolutely silent, save for the music of the brook, the smell of the woods, the charm of the campfire, the fragrance of the bed of boughs, all work a peace in the mind which has been accustomed for so many months to the noise and rush of the great city, the jolting of the railway train, and the smoke and dust of the locomotive.

Walter H. James

Source: Our Mountain Trips - Part I

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