SOME OF THE QUAINT LAMPS.
A CREEK IN SUMMER.
IN THE HAY
THE OUT-DOOR ART CLUB.
ance appropriate for turning curves. As the train
gradually climbs in its serpentine route, and chaparral
takes the place of redwood, the country below begins to
unfold; towns appear in miniature, and hills which on close
approach have distinct characteristics now merge into one
another, forming an unbroken mass which stretches west to
the Pacific, on whose sapphire bosom may frequently be seen
the dim outline of the Farallon Islands, while to the
southward Point San Pedro and the City are visible, and San
Francisco Bay with intricate windings can be seen to join
San Pablo and Suisun bays on the east.