|11th||E & S W||c|
|12th||E & S W||f|
|13th||S W.||f. a. r|
|28th||N W.||r a f|
|29th||W.||f. a. r|
|30th||S E.||r. a r|
|31st||S W||f. a r|
Note from the 18th to the 22d of octr. descending the Great Columbia to the falls.
note from the 29th of Octr. to the 3d of Novr. in passing through the western mountains below falls.
Note the balance of Novr. and December between the Mountains & Pacific Ocean.
|October||3d||The easterly winds which blow imediately off the moun-
tains are very cool untill 10 a m. when the day becomes
verry worm and the winds Shift about 
|13th||rained moderately from 4 to 11 a M. to day.|
|28th||a Violent wind a moderate rain commenced at 4 oClock
P. M. and continued untill 8 P. M.
|29th||rained moderately all day. Saw the first large Buzzard or
Voultur of the Columbia. 
|30th||rained moderately all day. arrived at the Grand rapids.
Saw a different Species of ash 
|31st||Some rain last night and this morning.|