25 30th. Lovely morning 6-30. Sunbeams shining thro [through] the Kawweah Pks [Peaks] & on the wet brows of the gray domes & shiny glossy manzanitas purple daisies [opening] eyes scarlet penstemons [rejoicing] every leaf drinking the new light, the [lovely] firs & pines poised [hushed]
26 as if in worship The falls & cascades of the Mid Fork [change] Redwood Meads [Meadows] fenced, v [very] many young of all sizes mead [meadow] full of golden rod, roses in bloom on edge alt [altitude] 6350 on S. [south] branch of mid Fork = Cliff Creek Good trail up to
Original journal dimensions: 7.5 x 12 cm.
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