June 1st 1914
- not much location detail as someone seems to have ripped the weather/location page out
If it's any help 8pm location 31st May 62 39N, 167 16W
4.30 sighted ice field on starboard beam and ahead.
Following lead through ice field.
Heavy ice fields, closely packed, from 8 to 10 miles off shore.
8am to Merid:-
in ice field. Received radiogram from Nome station that there was clear water three miles off shore. Worked through various leads on general course toward Nome.
Merid - 4pm
Steered general course NNW 1/2 W through leads in ice. 1:45 lead closed, moored ship to ice floe
4pm - 8pm:-
unmoored ship from ice and went ahead to the westward and northward through heavy field ice. At end of watch Nome City bore N 1/4 E, 10 miles.
8pm to mid:-
Going various courses and speeds through ice until 10:40 when made fast to ice pack 2.5 miles off Nome.