June 23, 1853

Thursday the 23rd. Crossed Deer Creek three miles from camp. Plenty of good water, wood and fish. Fifteen miles from this is a deep muddy stream, tolerable good roads. Grass scarce. Sage brush for fuel.

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One Response to June 23, 1853

  1. Rob Nelson says:

    I’m sure that the “deep muddy stream” is what is now called Muddy Creek.