||rained last night and all day to day at intervales
||rained a little late night and Several Showers this morng
||Musquetors troublesom. I arive at the Missouri. heavy dew.
||Rochejhone falling much faster than the Missouri
||Musquetors excessively troublesom both rivers falling.
||rained hard last night with Thunder Lightning & hard wind
from S. W. killed a white Bear & Bighorn.
||Commenced raining at daylight and contined at intervals all
day. air Cool.
||air cool. Sergt. pryor arrive in Skin Canoes.
||a heavy dew. air cool and clear found red goose berries
a dark purple current & Service's
||found a Species of Cherry
 resembling the read Heart cherry
of our country.
||sarvis berries in abundance & ripe.
||Capt. Lewis overtake me with the party
||a fiew drops of rain last night at 8 P. M with hard S W wind
||Mandan Corn 〈is r[ipe?]〉 now full and beginning to harden
 Seen last night which was in Streaks
||leave the Mandans.
||rained moderately last night in forpart of the night.
||Comenced raining at 5 A. M and Continued with a hard wind
||rained a little in the course of the night. at day a violent hard
Shower for ½ an hour
||rained the greater part of last night. grape and plums ripe.
The rains which have fallen in this month is most Commonly
from flying Clouds which pass in different directions, those
Clouds are always accompanied with hard winds and Some-
times accompanied with thunder and lightning— The river
has been falling moderately Since the third of the month. the
rains which has fallen has no impression on the river than
Causing it to be more muddy and probably prevents its falling
||rained at 10 A M. & 4 P M hard wind
||wind blew hard all day grapes in abundance.
||Heavy dew this morning. Saw a pilecan
||first Turkeys at Tylor River above the big bend
||Some rain this morning only a fiew drops and at 10 A. M.
||a fiew drops of rain last night I Saw the Tetons.
||rained most of last night with T. Li. & a hard wind from the S. W.
some rain to day.