bark. Large flakes of it are held by the climber and are swayed by the wind. These trees are also enriched by large masses of lily like plants in forks of branches next [to] the trunks, and by orchids and ferns in great numbers, though they are so well supplied with shining leaves and bright red flowers. Jan 19. Take trip on little [stmr] to Hamurana Spring across lake at old mission station. The spring [ ] rise to quit a river of pure cool water along banks of [wh] are many [ ] trees-weeping willows of wide spread 3 or 4 ft dia.
Original journal dimensions: 9 x 15.5 cm.
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