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John Muir

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Animals not afraid of geyser, go there to warm—

Large stream rather warm enters Long Val [Valley] near head comes from dir [direction] of Ritter must have fountains in gls [glaciers] (comes mostly deep springs [geysers] [ ])

In passing over from L [Long] to Mono passed thro [through] much timber (Yel P) [Yellow Pine] rather widely planted & without underbrush excepting a few clumps of dark glossy leafed Ceanothus & the common sage brush but in many places the bare

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needles these trees are in many places nearly all encircled with trenches about 8 or ten in [inches] deep with a steep edge outward. These made by Inds [Indians] for warms do not seem to kill many of the trees.

Do the terraces of Lake Mono correspond with terraces of Moraines. 5 or 6 on Lake Black Pt [point] terraced to near top, top shows action of waves peebles [pebbles] of basin, water [washed] no irregularity of can [canyon] etc reaches into basin

Timber over 1 m sq [mile square] killed

Date Original

1873

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Original journal dimensions: 8 x 12 cm.

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MuirReel24Journal03P146-147.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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