John Muir


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yel p. purplish of sugar p. Much richer in local color, yellow and red more marked, streaks of greenish yellow and orange. There is more variety of forms in sculpture vertically gashed, a much greater number of features. Up to Roaring R Vall filled with moraine boulders mostly drawn out smoothed with sand in gentle slopes to river. A few spots nearly level and sandy with rich patches of Manz, gilias, spraguea now in flr with patches of white forget-me-not and sparse grasses not enough to hide the gray ground. Opp Roaring R the walls present from like 3 brothers rising in successive vertical fronts in gable form, about ½ m lower than Roaring R. True base boldly sculptured portion of wall begins here about 2-1/2 ms from Fox Camp. At crossing of Roaring R 4900. Solomon’s seal in flr ab. Rubus nutkanus ab v characteristic. Hosack3 sp in flr, dandelion, rose, lily fritilium 2 ft high 12 flrs yell green inside, green purple on edges inside,

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Original journal dimensions: 9 x 15 cm.

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