March 13, 1804
The expedition spends another day preparing for their departure from Camp River Dubois. The Weather Diary represents the only extant journal entries or notes for this day.
weather wind Therm
weather wind r.
inches 13 16 a 0 f N W 20 a 0 f N W f 1 ½
March 13, 1806
Drouillard is sent to purchase 2 Clatsop canoes. Hunters return with some success. Whitehouse attempts to trade with the Cathlamet up the Columbia River, but he is turned back by high winds. Lewis adds three plants to the herbarium.
we sent Drewyer down to the Clatsop village to purchase a couple of their canoes if possible.
while engaged in surching for the perogue Collins one of his party killed two Elk near the Netul below us.