May 15, 1804
The Expedition sails and rows up the Missouri River to a landing below St. Charles, Missouri. The keelboat, heavily loaded in its front, grounds on submerged logs three times. Provisions stored on its deck become wet from the rain.
Rainey mornig fair wind the Later part of the day Sailed som and encamped on the N. side
May 15, 1806
The Expedition continues to set up an encampment on the Clearwater River across from present Kamiah, Idaho. They erect a shelter to keep the baggage dry. While searching for his horse, Reubin Field sees a white Grizzly.
we had all our baggage Secured and Covered with a rouf of Straw.
as the days are worm &c. we have a bowry made to write under