3 Finally one night at twelve o'clock, after .having' travelled from seven in the morning from the SieGloud River region, we reached the trapper's. My husband had never before visited that spot by She route :'ro had taken, but he suddenly stepped, saving, "Shis is fc] i . -ce. ' Shea he called. Hank," and in answer ©ame the word, les." :aderful ..-■ . X replied, I eaa't aa.-,; ... .... i . am — J ,,. s ittj blood now, : (For .!' mistook the cod dust ... ..: .... inhaled for . ] And b oh, It is v/orth dying fco see this* &&& : . a a. sho ... us gl&ei 1 aar in on the lava and explained to us ia Tihiei direction tha glacis had passed over the lava. In fact Er. a .a- :.'- ; i .... the nhole of the ha^sor a a fcc 3if" Meadows (where the Western ewer 0o« now has its .a '--.: $r-s full of me-rvelcus Dsaa a • a also wished fco show :"r. luir fch< aderful geysers of the region* Major P. B. Sodding had told us ibout fcheai, sad mg husband and 1 hitd organized a earapiqg party and had seen these wonderful .geysers, 'sfeich at that time were not known to the public. So wo wished to shew this Bumpus Eell, as it was " 09V$7
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