Mollie Adams Diary of her Journey in the Canadian Rockies, September 13, 1908
Sheep Camp II.
Sunday Sept. 13.
5 hrs. drive over the pass and down to Camp Parker. The best day we have had on the pass, but a cold wind blowing and showers near us although we only got a few drops of rain. No snow lying there at all. Aneroid at Sheep Camp this A. M. 6900 ft. – Wilcox pass 7800 ft. Mr. Brown and H. went from their first muskeg camp after leaving us, to Sheep Camp II. U. thinks they camped at Expectation next. We did not go up to the camp but he said their horses had been feeding around there. They don’t seem to have camped here. Aneroid when we arrived at Camp Parker 6400 ft. Showery.
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