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Crawford and I took another load to the other camp. A small bear
had been on our sled trail some time during last night and had
followed it a short distance. Two bears in two nights. Wish
we could be fortunate enough to see one. A couple of fresh
fox tracks. Galle has set a couple of traps and last night
a fox sprang one but got away. Clear. Light breeze from the East.
About two or three more loads are left and we intend trying
to move all of it tomorrow.

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This morning, Maurer and I took a load to the other camp site
consiting of the tent, stove and sleeping gear. Maurer remain-
ed there and he and Galle put up the tent in the frame that
we had erected previously. I returned to Crawford and he
and I brought another load. The chances for snow-
blocks to cover the roof seem poor as the ground is
about bare and the weather is so cold that it is not
likly to snow. However we have a good stove and
plenty of wood, so we huddle about the stove and
try to find topics for converation. The stove is a
cheap wood range, Mablewood model, made by
Lang Stove works, Seattle, and has been going steady
for 14 months, and except a few replacements in
the fire box, is as good as new. Certainly a good buy.
A few fresh fox tracks. Fresh breeze from the East. Clear.

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Crawford and I brought the remainder of the camp gear
down today which leaves nothing but some things which

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