July 20, 1853

Wednesday 20th. Joined one wagon this morning. Two wagons are enough to get along fast. One mile from camp the road left the river and passed to the right of a very bad slough and crossed Thomas’s Fork in 4 miles then down 10 miles; thence across the mountains again 6 miles over a very steep hill 2 miles, and to Bear River bottom again 6 miles over a very rough road crossing 2 or 3 branches in the distance. Camped again on the river bank, grass moderate. Drove 15 miles to-day.

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