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Friday December 25, 1931

Zuni: Very high red bluffs to the north; red soil; sparse vegetation. Gallup: Rocky bare yellow sandstone. The country just east of Gallup is small sagebrush valleys surrounded by yellow sandstone hills. Manuelito: A narrow valley between yellow sandstone bluffs; a pine or two; plenty of snow. At Ariz-N.M. State Line, smae; a narrow valley, sandstone cliffs; deep snow; junipers. Lupton: ditto. Beyond Lupton the ground gets red. Ditto all in town. Houck: Valley a little lider, otherwise the same. The soil is reddish. Querino: Narrow valley; red soil; sandstone on hills; plenty of junipers. A wider valley at Cheto otherwise the same; at Chambers there is quite a prairie off to the north. Soil probably red. At Navaho the hills are gentle in the distance. The country is a slightly rolling prairie. Little Colo. River to the south. Snow lighter; low brush; red brown soil. Pinta: A wide river valley with rocky banks. Red outcrops. Bibo: A sage brush prairie with yellow sand stone outcrops. Adamana: Grass prairie; some low brush. Red brown soil, little snow. Carrizo: River bottom; rocky outcrops and prairie. Arntz: Same.


Notes

I had no idea what he was trying to write at " Beyond Lupton the ground gets red. Ditto all in town. Houck: Valley a little lider, otherwise the same." It was hard to read.
by Szlyna
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