On this day in Lewis & Clark history...
Another cold and snowy day at winter camp on the Wood River. The Mississippi River is nearly clear of ice.
From the journals...
Sunday 22nd Jany: 1804
Snow all the last night, and Snows this morning, the debth is 5 3/4 Inches, The Thermometer Stands at 9 oClock this morning in the Open Air at 11° abov 0,—, at 12 oClock rose to 14— abov 0, and Stoped Snowing
Photo taken with permission at Fort Mandan.