March 15, 1805
Today is so clear and warm at Fort Mandan that Clark has the goods and corn meal set out to air. The men continue preparing their corn so that they can take it with them as they travel up the Missouri River.
clear pleasant and warm. all the Indian Goods put out to air. Some men employed Shelling corn.
March 15, 1806
The Captains continue to barter for Chinook canoes without success. Several are busy hunting and gathering meat. Lewis describes the White-fronted goose, which is new to science.
the sorrel with an oval, obtuse and ternate leaf has now put forth it's leaves. some of them have nearly obtained their growth already.