Creator

John Muir

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Mist falls on [middle] Tiss [Tissack] rock wh [which] is about 3000 ft.

walls on S [south] [higher] about 4000 [or] [more]

vall [valley] divided by bar of rock, river [descends] in cascades 100 ft.

[videtti] meadow below Bullfrog Lake 9500 should be called Daisy Meadow so many of Eriog [Eriogonum] v. [very] small sod making clover, & blue [penstemon] rather [boggy] trees

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mostly contorta but just below mead [meadow] mostly [Balfour].

Largest 3 ft. dia. [diameter] 6’0 h [high] bark cross-[furrowed] [some] smooth all rich brown, v [very] sturdy [tenacious] of life [some] all the narrow plumes [pendant] other level or [ascending] [ ] [slender], grasses up to 11500 with albicaulis [pinus albicaulis]- [fine] [ ] [here]

Date Original

1902

Source

Original journal dimensions: 7.5 x 12 cm.

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MuirReel29Journal08P03-04.tif

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Holt-Atherton Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library

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Keywords

John Muir, journals, drawings, writings, travel, journaling, naturalist

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