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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 148 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 148
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Lock Lomond [September 9, 1905]  lake - I think I have never seen so many. Just after passing [blank space] there is a splendid long vista over water, wooded islands, barren slopes, wooded peaks, far out over a low-lying country backed by still higher hills - a fair view, a fair view. I should love to remember it long. It was over all too soon and we were aboard train at Ballock for Glasgow. It was as beautiful as one would be led to expect by the lines of the Lady of the Lake. But it is a beauty different from the lakes of the High Sierra. ::::::::: [Loch Lomond] September 9, 1905  The colors are different; the structure of the thing is different. Ellen's Isle is not far from the shore, was rather disappointed in that. It was no great shucks for Malcolm Graeme to scorn the proffer of boat by Roderick Dhu and breast the swelling tide. Gae lang. Hoot mon. I could do it myself. But Ellen's Isle is a beauty spot all right and Ben Lomond is a fine solemn unadorned old mass looming on Loch Lomond as one moves down the lake. But how the rain poured and the storm bellowed on Loch Katrina.
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