The midsummer heat and humidity were in full force by this time. "Those men that do not work at all will wet a Shirt in a few Minits," noted Clark, "& those who work, the Swet will run off in Streams."
Set out, prossed under a Jentell Brees from the South west. the water wase So [s]trong that we could Hardley Stem it. Came 12 miles. encampt at the mouth of a Creek on the South Side of the River Called Whipperwill Creek. it is 15 yards wide.