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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 126 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 126
County Well to Indio No. 6036. Juniperus californica Wats. ? Not showing seeds as in previous numbers. West of Pi_on Well. - Cont. from bottom p. 113, The road runs down and across the upper end of Pleasant Valley, which lies east & west, and after reaching the south side of Pleasant V. turns directly west into the mouth of a ca_on.  About 2 mi. up the ca_on we find Pi_on Well, a rather pleasant ca_on spot, with good water.  The old stamp mill of the Pi_on mine is here.  Up the ca_on a short distance comes in Juniperus californica and Pinus monophylla.  Towards the summit the sharply cleft backbone is pleasingly and rather thickly sprinkled, over even to the the summit, with Pinus mono- :::::::::  c. 500 ft May 18, 1914.  Riverside Co. phylla, Juniperus californica and the prevailing shrubs.  At the summit is a fine view of the snow-lined top of Mt San Jacinto, while further to the left is the blue top of Santa Rosa Mt.  We go down into a canon and for six or eight miles have very fine  botanizing, more specimens being collected than on any other three or four days since I have  been out.  We come to County Well a bucket and pully bieng used to lift the water, take a good long noon; proceed slowly and yet more slowly; stop for supplies and to feed horses at last summit of the hills near Indio  and after the supper rest drive on into Indio where we arrive at 12:30 a.m.
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