April 14, 1805
The Expedition sets out early and travels 14 miles to Bear Den Creek. Charbonneau says they have passed the highest point on the river that any white men have traveled. Clark sees two Grizzly bear fleeing from the sound of Lewis' rifle.
a fine morning, a dog came to us this morning we Suppose him to be left by the Inds. who had their camps near the Lake we passd. yesterday not long Sence
April 14, 1806
As they canoe up the Columbia River Gorge past present Hood River, the climate changes from wet to dry. They see a drowned forest, women and children gathering roots, and views of Mt. Hood. Lewis adds four plants to his herbarium.
the river is from ½ to ¾ of a Mile in wedth, and possesses but little Current.
Labiech's river which heads in Mt. Hood and like the quick Sand River brings down from thence Vast bodies of Sand