a cloudy morning Some Snow, Several Indians here to day Mr. McKinsey leave me, the after part of the day fine I am much engaged makeing a discriptive List of the Rivers from Information  our Store of Meat is out to day
Monday 18th Feby. 1805. clear and pleasant. Several of the hunters went out eairly a hunting. the remainder moved the camp about 5 mls. down the River to a bottom where Capt. Clarks party had Some time before been a hunting, and had made a pen and put up 2 Elk and 11 deer which we found Safe as they left it. Several men out packing in the meat which was killed yesterday we fixed our camp at an old Indian cabbin near the meat pen. the hunters came in had killed one Elk & Seven deer we got the meat all packed in, Capt. Lewis concluded that we would Start for the Fort the next morning. we fleased the meat from the bones and eat the marrow out of them.