The moon shone bright as day, and our party was in good spirits. The violinist played while others sang, and the long night passed off very pleasantly. We reached the first water, at Little Sandy, at two o'clock in the morning, pretty well fatigued. Here we halted, put our horses out to feed, and staid till morning.
The marker below shows the location of the approximate Frink camp location on Sublette's cutoff, and a historical marker for Little Sandy Crossing on the Fort Bridger road.