Creator

John Muir

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52 Also yellow dogbane. Bears are capital mtneers [mountaineers]. They have well beaten trails from end to end of can. They are always [ ] never fear to follow find best way round slippery & rocky joints & through densest chaparral. If come to place when he thus had to crawl on belly do not hesitate do likewise, follow. Their dislike chap[parral] of dense kind much as you. Scratch trash if cut through [pine]

53 cones like [indians] Canyon walls stand back for cascades bottom canyon made flat as floor rocks smoother all to suit the genius of the greatest of cascades. No perp[endicular] falls because side trib[utaries] too big & direct in action have cut away the walls. Yosem[ite] high because ice was a flat sheet. Much of ice from overflow of HH [Hetch Hetchy] could not make deep canyon this with [ ] of rock [ ]

Date Original

1872

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Original journal dimensions: 7 x 15 cm.

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MuirReel23Journal08P052-053.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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