Friday, November 17, 1769
To Tunitas Creek (SRL 375).



Gaspar de Portolá
The 17th, we proceeded as far as in a march and a half on the outward journey which was four hours travel over the road by which we had come.

Miguel Costansó
The sky was very cloudy when we broke camp, and we had hardly begun our march when the wind changed to the south and became very strong. In a short time the rain began and lasted during the whole march. We travelled for three leagues until we arrived at a deep stream of good water, a little farther south than the Ranchería de las Pulgas.

Fray Juan Crespi
This morning broke very cloudy, and as soon as we started on our way it began to rain, and in the whole three leagues that we traveled it was falling on us. We halted on the banks of a deep arroyo.


November 16 To Pilarcitos Creek.
November 18 To Butano Creek.