the men continue cheerfully dispite foot injuries

we purchase a unique hat from the indians

William Clark - June 15, 1805

" a fair morning and worm, we Set out at the usial time and proceeded on with great dificuelty as the river is more rapid we can hear the falls this morning verry distinctly _ our Indian woman Sick & low Spirited I gave her the bark & apply it exteranaly to her region which revived her much. The curt. Excessively rapid and dificuelt to assend great numbers of dangerous places, and the fatigue which we have to encounter is incretiatable the men in the water from morning until night hauling the cord & boats walking on sharp rocks and round Slippery Stones which alternately cut their feet and throw them down... they go on with great cheerfulness..."

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