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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 128 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 128
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Lassen Co. Snag Lake - Snag Lake was probably made by the lava flow from Cinder Cone stopping the ca_on.  The lava tongue extends into the waters of the lower part of the lake.  The tongue presents a very singular sight. The wall of it is so high and sharp.  It is like a great coal dump.  Viewed from the summit of Cinder Cone one can see the course the lava took just as one traces the course of a river.  - Menyanthes trifoliata L. East Fork King Creek towards Twin Lakes, on Cinder Cone trail from Warmer Vaalley.  See p. 118, No. 4111.  :::::::::  June 12,1910. - Juniper Lake is a large and beautiful sheet of water lying north of Mt. Harkness just above the wall which rims King Creek.  It is entirely "open" now altho G. W. Olsen showed me a photograph of it taken June 24 when it was covered with snow. - Water froze in our camp kettle last night, at our camp between Grassy (Twin Lakes) Lake and Snag Lake. - Met a man by name of Ed. Cameron who gave us some informaiton about the country.  He has cattle in this region.
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