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most passengers are english. County here most entirely sellted by english and scotch.
Sparse selttements.
Beautiful green landscape. log cabins, big trees, charred remains of big trees everywhere. Virgin forest. Plenty of room for settlers. very few lonely settlements.
[[?Lee Doedehes?.]]
After lunch arrived at Glacier. B.C. in the heart of the Selkirks. Took a short nap. While Dudley and Celine [[strikethrough]]??[[strikethrough/]] took walk to the glacier. [[strikethrough]] Glacier [[strikethrough/]] This glacier is enormous as compared to Rhone glacier. Trees surrounding good hotel. Got
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good clean room with bath and electric light. Spent evening in writing letters and diary until 11. PM
Slept very badly
July 24. Got up at 8. early breakfast then tramped alone thru trail to Great Glacier Fine woods. walked over stones, lashed myself along rope driven in glacier to small blue ice grotto dow in glacier Coming back saw small marmot [[pencil note]] marmot [[pencil note/]] a little further while resting under a tree a large clumsy looking porcupine walked near me about 2 pases distant from where I sat and fled for shelter under roots of large pine. Animal was of extraordinary size about as big as a full sized pig. I never have seen such a large specimen. Walk took about two hours. Left at 12[[underline]]?20 [underline/]] P.M with train trunks finally had arrived!
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