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Pinus monticola
At an elevation probably not 100 feet above the lake we came upon a gently sloping soil of volcanic drift the principal tree of which was
Pinus murrayana, with a small admixture of
Pinus monticola
Pseudotsuga mueronata
Tsuga heterophylla, the principal shrub being
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi [[insertion]] nevadensis? [[/insertion]], with considerable
Vaccinium parvifolium, 
Chimaphila umbellata, and in spots
Gaultheria shallon. We saw here for the first time
Vaccinium membranaceum } Doubtless 
Alnus sinuata          } stragglers from above.
Antennaria margaritacea
Hieracium albiflorum
Rumex acetosella
Epilobium angustifolium
Pyrola secunda.
Crossing of the Kalama.
Along the Kalama
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