current 3 [msl] [miles long]
This stream heads in [summits] to E [East] in pass Gentians meadow ful 1 ft h [heigh]. many roses & Lynosyris
Lake most lovely with ducks rippling glassy dark waters Pines & Junipers standing picturesquly on rock headlands 1st Rushes (brown) Yel [yellow] few Green [2nd] grass on N [North] end 4 bays with answering promontories on W [West] behind in dist [distance] high
peaks, rocks nobly sculptured sheer to water hum of bees, dragonflies willow thickets in bays
Alt 7100 ft
7th Camp in this [pondy] rocky meadowy [grovey] wilderness
wild roses with scarlet hip Yarrow & goldenrod Many a mint Monardilla [Monardella] aster gray
NW [northwest] SE [southeast] dir [direction] of lake
Dir [direction] of [striae] in this section about N [North] 33 W [West] Gabb & Abbot in dist [distance]
Original journal dimensions: 8 x 12 cm.
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