Excerpt from Articles by John Muir: Published in the Century Magazine; Atlantic Monthly; The Outlook; 1890 to 1912

One shining morning, at the head of the Pacheco Pass, a landscape was displayed that after all my wanderings still appears as the most divinely beautiful and sublime I have ever beheld. There at my feet lay the great central plain of California, level as a lake, thirty or forty miles wide, four hundred long.

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