Pawnee Butte Trip
Wednesday June 6, 1906Boulder, Colo.
Spent the afternoon sorting camping outfit and began packing wagon at Hale Bldg., University campus, at 8:45 p.m. Got through, took a hasty bath and retired at a little after 11 p.m. Very windy last night and again tonight.
Thursday June 7, 1906 Gideon S. Dodds, Harvey C. Markman, Harry Clatworthy and I left Boulder
in a camp wagon at 8:50, two riding in front and two behind. Broke a spring when about two miles north of town. Cut a block, blocked it up and went on, stopping to collect but little except a species of flax which I had not seen before, and some Pupa
etc. at Six Mile Creek
. Some of us walked considerable of the time. Reached Left Hand Creek
at 12:10 and dined at 1:30, and were on the road again at 2:07.