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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 190 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 190
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Barstow ----------  color tints.    The lights at the end of the afternoon glut the imagination -- masses of light move and shift to frame buttes of parti-colored hues against tender-tinted skies -- all sharply defined as if an artist were posing lights. Then come the overmastering sunsets and after them the dark -- sudden like a pall.    The Christmas Dinner is being gotten ready by the cook with much circumstance for next Saturday. English walnuts, almonds, currants, raisins, ::::::::: 23 December 1915 ----------  dates, and other things are being worked up as satellites about roast pig. And there will be guests from away back in the desert -- miners from the gold diggings at Coolgardie will be Miss Waterman's guests as well as visitors from "inside", namely the cities on the other side the snowy range, San Bernardino and Los Angeles. - I went once more up on the mesa. After an hour or two's walk the long jagged line and geometrical figures of the peaks stretching brokenly from Ord Mountain to the country behind Stoddard's Well, stirred memory of the large free
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