KANSAS COLLECTION BOOKS
The Prairie Traveler by Randolph Barnes Marcy, Captain, U.S.A.


ITINERARY IX.

IX.--SUBLET'S Cut-off,
from the junction of the Salt Lake and Fort Hall Roads.



 Miles.

        Junction to
  7.    Big Sandy.

 44.    Green River - From the Big Sandy to Green River (upper
          road) there is an abundance of grass in places along
          the road, but no water.

  6.    Small Creek - The road runs up the creek.  Good grass.

  4.    On the Creek - Good grass and water.

 12.    Small Spring - The spring is on the left of the road.
          Good grass.

  9.    Ham's Fork - Good wood, water, and grass.

  6.    Spring - on the summit of a mountain.  Good grass.

  6.    Muddy Creek - Wood, water, and grass.

 10.    Spring - In Bear River Valley. Good wood, water, and
          grass.

  6.    Smith's Fork - In Bear River Valley.  Good wood, water,
          and grass.

 10.    Tomaus' Fork - Road runs down Bear River.  Good wood,
          water, and grass.

  7.    Spring Creek - Wood, water, and grass.

  7.    Smith's Ford - Road crosses over a spur of the mountain;
          long and gradual ascent; descent rather abrupt.  Good
          wood, water, and grass.

  8.    Telleck's Fork - Road runs down Bear River.  Good camp.

  4.    Small Creek - Good camp.

  7.    Small Creek - Good camp.  

 12.    Soda Springs - Left side of the road, among some cedars,
          is a good camp.

        Here take the left-hand road to California, called
          Hudspeth's Cut-off.




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