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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Sept 16            Interlaken        230

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 wood carving stores-    The long Branch of Switzerland clearly
devoid of interest except as a starting point for excursions
into the mountains-      We found that Henry had obtain-
ed good rooms at the Schweizerhof,    in fact we could
take our pick, the town is quite empty.    How strange!
At this season generally, the Hotels are dreadfully crowded,
but we are satisfied with our extra attention and good dinner-

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 From here we obtain a fime view of the snow clad alps, the high-
est of which, the Jungfrau 13671 ft is centrally located before
us.  “Jungfrau”, youngwife, always wearing her snowy veil-
Three snowy peaks are not common resorts but have been scaled
several times.   Each one has
a name and their highths known.

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 16th Today we have made the
excursion to the Wetterhorn and
the Grindelwald Glacier–leaving
Interlaken by two horse  carriage
at 9 A.M.   passing up the narrow
valley towards Jungfrau beside
the foaming Lutichine [sic] which
tumbles down this pass at a
are all streams issuing from Glaciers.

5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 Half hour straight up the valley
then two hours to the left up a
toiling ascent, beside the black
Lutichine, brings us to the       [-Grindelwald Glacier-] 

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