Sunday, November 19, 1769
To Ano Nuevo Creek.

Gaspar de Portolá
The 19th, we made the same distance as on the outward journey over the road by which we had come, which was three hours travel.

Miguel Costansó
We passed one league from the Ranchería de la Casa Grande, which we likewise found deserted. We halted on a steep rock near the shore, and near a stream of good water, in sight of the Punta de Año Nuevo. We travelled for four leagues.

Fray Juan Crespi
After we two friars said Mass, we broke camp and marched four leagues; we passed by the village of San Juan Nepomuceno, alias La Casa Grande, and found it deserted. We went one league farther on and halted on a steep rock, in sight of the point which we judged to be Ano Nuevo, on the bank of an arroyo which empties into the sea.

November 18 To Butano Creek.
November 20 To Molino Creek and Scott Creek (Oct. 19).