March 16, 1804
The expedition continues to wait at their winter camp expecting that they will soon travel up the Missouri River. The Weather Diary has the only extant journal entries or notes for this day.
weather wind Therm
weather wind r.
inches 16 6 a 0 f E 48 a 0 f SSW r 11
March 16, 1806
Drouillard continues to stay with the Cathlamet as he attempts a trade for 2 canoes. At Fort Clatsop, the men tan elk skins and sew coats from blanket cloth.
two handkerchiefs would now contain all the small articles of merchandize which we possess
on this stock we have wholy to depend for the purchase of horses and such portion of our subsistence from the Indians