<28> Friday 28 I was about home until near sunset when I rode out.
<Camp.> This day the camp passed but 2 houses, Travelld 17. mi & tented at Parson’s Creek, Lynn Co. This pa[r]t of the county is well supplid with wild-Turkies, Prairie hens, Quails, Patriges wild, geese, ducks, & Snipes, Deer, Raccoon, & squirul which the brethrn sometine suceed in getting for food. Green Parrots Eagles, Owls, Turkey buzzards and Crane are fou[n]d here also.
<’s camp> Elder arrivd at with his Canada camp some time this week.
<Camp—> <29> Saturday 29th The camp travelld 15 mi. passed through Chilicothe, & encamped on the prairie 1 mi west. of the town. Bros. . & Holme’s waggons upset. & hurt several, & broy and several were sick.—
I rode out on horseback— and, retunig [returning] about 3. P.M. spent the evening at home.
<30> Sunday 30th. I left home about 10 o clock. A M.
<Camp> The camp crossed , passed Utica, crossed & tented on the west bank in <(15 mi)> on <the farm of> Bro Oliver Walkersfarm. who gave each one a large pumpkin, & plenty of shell beans, and the brethrn felt as though they had ente[re]d the land of promise
<October 1> Monday October 1s 1838, I retund home about 5. o clok P. M. & spent the where I tarri[e]d the remainder of the day & evng [evening].
<Camp> The camp travelled 20 miles, crossed crossed Brush creek and encamped on the west bank. left the camp this morning, and went on to<wards> To , which which the coun Camp disapproved of by unanimous vote in the evening.
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