July 25, 1853

Monday the 25th. Our stock are very weak yet. Concluded to lie still till noon. Started at one o’clock and drove through a canyon to the head of a hollow 7 miles. This is the summit of the dividing ridge between the waters of Columbia and Bear River. One mile from the summit is a very large spring, one mile more is a similar one, 2 miles farther is a fine branch on which we camped. Good grass and excellent water.

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