December 2, 1805
As I was walking through some tall brush I saw antlers making there way up a big brushy hill. I couldn't tell what it was because the tall grass was hiding the animal. As it reached the top it was still making it's way through some big weeds. Its slender legs were cutting through the brush like blades and all you could see is the brown and tan top half of the elks body and its Dark brown thick fury neck. As it kept walking it led its self into an open area were I could see the second largest member of the deer family which was the Roosevelt Elk.