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nice leanto - called Wayah Gap.
Went up Wayah Bald to stone mon erected to honor Forest superintendent of that name.
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When the billowy clouds are as gleaming as snow
In a sky of cerulean blue
Streaming by in a pattern of effortless flow
Constantly and refreshingly new
Go ye out to the mountains, far far from a town
Stretch yourself on the clean forest floor
[[change ink color]] Gaze aloft through the canopy, ceasing to frown
And remember your troubles no more.

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I'm guessing the pencil at the bottom of first page is a poem (see facing page). May have been erased.

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