August 16, 1853

Tuesday the 16th. This morning we had a very rough road for 6 or 7 miles. Five miles from camp is White Sulphur Springs. Good grass here. Drove on about 10 miles and came to a branch which was dry where we crossed it, but down a few rods in a large grove of willows, we found some springs, good grass along here. The country now begins to change its appearance, the road is smooth but over rolling country. Camped at willow grove.

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  1. Caroline Clemmons says:

    I’m happy to have found this blog. Thanks so much for sharing your family’s info.