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Manuscript Releases Volume Twelve [Nos. 921-999], Page 262

MR No. 978—A Trip to Lake County, California

Lakeport a Good Place to Escape Pressures—I have recently made a journey to Lake County, and I stood it much better than I expected. I will enclose with this an account of our trip. If it were possible I would like to secure a little place where I can go at times from the pressure of the work here. Especially would I enjoy such a place in the hot season of the year. I was much pleased with the scenery on the way to Lakeport.—Letter 152, 1908. (Written from Sanitarium, California, to Mrs. L. M. Hall, Battle Creek, Michigan, May 12, 1908.)

Beautiful Scenery and Visits to the Hurlbutt and Workman Homes—Last Sunday morning, between four and five o’clock, we started on our journey to Lake County. We first drove to Calistoga, which is nine miles from St. Helena, and after passing through the town began the ascent of a mountain road so narrow that it seemed impossible for two teams to pass on it. For a number of miles we traveled up this steep ascent, turning constantly to the

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