December 17, 1907

Broke camp at 7 a, m. Cloudy, elevation by barometer 472 meters, Crossed the Dalapnay River this morning. All the rocks for miles around this point appear to be similar, either fine-grained felsites, basalts and andesites or feldspar prophyries. Very little can be said geologically about this country at this time, as so little of it can really be seen, It apparently is extremely recent. Halted at noon at the Dalapnay River at a Manobo house and spent the
afternoon of the 17th drying out our effects. Elevation at this point 412 meters.

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