On this day in Lewis & Clark history...
Another cold day at winter camp on the Wood River. The snow from the previous day is nearly 6 inches deep today. The hunters find 2 deer and 14 rabbits.
From the journals...
Smunday [Monday] 23rd Jany 1804
at 3 oClock 17° abo 0, in the evening the wind raised and Shifted to the North Cought 14 rabits & Killed 2 Deer—
Eastern cottontail, Sylvilagus floridanus
Photo ©2009 D. Gordon E. Robertson. Permission via the GNU Free Documentation License.