Tuesday October 01, 1805
William Clark

a cool morning wind from the N.E.   I examine & Dry all our article Cloths &. nothing to eate except Drid fish verry bad diet   Capt Lewis getting much better than for Several days past   Several Indians visit us from the different villages below and on the main fork S.   nothing killed

October 01, 1805
William Clark

A Cool morning wind from the East had Examined and dried all our clothes and other articles and laid out a Small assortment of Such articles as those Indians were fond of to trade with them for Some provisions (they are remarkably fond of Beeds) nothin to eate except a little dried fish which they men complain of as working of them as as much as a dost of Salts. Capt Lewis getting much better. Several Indians visit us from the different tribes below Some from the main South fork [probably the Snake River] our hunters killed nothing to day   worm evening

October 01, 1805
John Ordway

a clear pleasant morning.  we Continued on makeing our canoes as usal.  built fires on Some of them to burn them out.  found them to burn verry well  our hunters killed nothing this day.--

October 01, 1805
Patrick Gass

This was a fine pleasant warm day. All the men are now able to work; but the greater number are very weak. To save them from hard labour, we have adopted the Indian method of burning out the canoes.

October 01, 1805
Joseph Whitehouse

a fair morning  we continued working at the canoes  built fires on Several of the canoes to burn them out, & found they burnt very well.  The hunters went out this day, & returned towards evening without having killed any Game.--

October 01, 1805
Joseph Whitehouse

A fine clear morning, & the party continued working on the Canoes; they made fires on the Canoes to burn them out, & found they burnt very well.  The hunters went out this day, & returned towards evening without having killed any Game.--