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ful nature where I would have liked to [[strikethrough]] get [[/strikethrough]] get out of train and walk around.  Fine bracing air, getting colder all the time until near top had to give overcoat to Celine. Extraordinary [[strikethrough]] spectac [[/strikethrough]] spectacle.  The prairie far distant like an endless ocean.  Then the range of the Rocky Mts and the "continental divide!"  Motor trip thru [[strikethrough]] Garden [[/strikethrough]] Mountains and Garden of the Gods.  Hot weather but very pleasant and dry.  Left in afternoon.[[in margin]]All written on shaky train[[/margin]]  Beyond Pueblo roof of one of the cars took fire.  Helped to extinguish it.  Thru prairie and Mesa beautiful sunset.  No dust at all - endless prairie.  Fine day transparent atmosphere.  More and more Indians along the railroad.  Slept very well with closed windows. Cool
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refreshing night.
July 7.  Up early.  Looking thru windows of our room see adobe huts and Zuni Indians.  Women with papooses strapped on backs.  Bright colors of dresses of men and women; red predominating. [[lmargin]]+ Indians[[margin]] Men with braided hair +. Irrigated lands along river.  Bleached skeletons of horses or cattle on Mesa land.  At 6 AM. Albuquerque everybody jumps out.  Fine Spanish-style station.  Zuni Indians offering pottery and minerals!  Stopped about 30 min.  Thin alkali dust. - Worst I have seen yet.  Later on passed [[underlined]]Laguna[underlined]]an indian village of white square adobe houses.  At noon arrived at [[strikethrough]]Adamana[[strikethrough]] [[underlined]]Adamana[[underlined]] petrified forest. - Hot plains.  Burning hot.  Open wagons.  Sage brush.  Hot sun.  How thirsty!
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