Home Again in Battle Creek

October 1879

James White had decided that he and his wife would attend but one camp meeting in 1879, for he expected that they would devote their time to writing while staying in their little cabin on "Whites' Ranch" in the mountains of Colorado. As it turned out, they attended more than 10 such gatherings. The adjusted summer program allowed them but a few days in their newly acquired Colorado home. Now back in Battle Creek at the close of the camp meeting season, James White in early October reviewed the situation and reported: "In many respects Mrs. White's general health is in advance of what it was a year ago, and the writer is able to report better health than for several years. God is good" (ibid., Oct. 9, 1879).

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