Sunday July 21. A fine day. Went to Sunday school. A good crowd. Got up early this morning and washed buggy and use it a while this P.M. First time I used the team since the folks left. They looked fine to. Pigs are doing fine. They eat 24 ears a day now. Bought meat .15 for dinner.
Isaac did not add any entries for July 20th or 21st.
Saturday July 20. A very rainey day. Rained nearly all the forenoon. I worked for Shiller & S. Played with the band. Isobelle went to Riverside [to] day. I and Vic got dinner down town but ate supper at home. Bought corn .10 breakfast food .25 to day.
Friday July 19. A nice day. But rained early this morning. Pulled weeds for the pigs. Went down town early this morning and got meat to boil to make noodels .15c also got 1 doz egg .12 Pulled weeds on the hill this evening.
[Isaac – July 19] Sunny most delightful day aftr good breakfast Started at 7-30 for trip had a fine drive Saw several deer & 2 Spoted fawns & took dinner at Swan lake Camp I wrote to bro [brother] Sam & to Isabel & mailed them at Gardner where we got mail from Vic Isabel & Nora got Supper at Gardner then took Cars to Livingston & put up at Hotel at 10 PM
 At this point in time, Isaac didn’t know that his brother had died back in February. Isaac planned to see Sam when they arrived in Oregon.
July 18. Looks like rain this morning but don’t think it will rain. Pulled weeds for pigs and hoed some. Bell went down to Jesse Gardners to day. Bought meat .15 and pineapple .25 to day. Finished reading my second book on Lincoln’s life. I think they are fine and will start the third book to day. Got two cards from the folks to day. Also got the letter from Aunt Emma Carr saying Uncle Sam died the 6th of Feb.
[Isaac] July 18 a fine Sunny dry day arose both feeling well after a good breakfast Started for grand Kanas Camp arrived AM & teams took us on farther to see the grand sights we Enjoyed it to camp for dinner PM we gave our driver 50c Each & he guides us to most magnificent scenery to very bottom of big falls by uncle toms Cabin at camp 4 bears enlivened the Eve & 2 deer came good fire in tent fire out side & [in] camp
 Samuel Carr (1838-1907), Isaac Newton Carr’s, younger brother. Samuel and his second wife, Emmeline Cowan Carr lived in Douglas County, Oregon.
Wensday July 17. A nice morning. The first nice morning for several days. Gathered up my laundry and sent it away. Mowed some grass with sickle. Pulled weeds for pigs. Every thing pretty quiet in town to day. Bought meat .15 bread .20 oatmeal .25 to day.
[Isaac – July 17] A fine Sunny day Arose both feeling well after a good breakfast Mother has headache to Yellowstone lake for dinner a pleasant chilly drive Snow in patches both sides road & musquetoes in the middle [of the road?] very annoying we took a boat ride on the lake to Island & Saw buffalo Elk &c 35 miles went to lake hotel & camped good tent Supper & beds Went Early to bed & it rained & rained Mother Sick all day
Tuesday July 16. Another very rainey morning. Rains all time now. Did the choers. Pigs eat good. Pulled weeds for them from strawberry patch. Bought meat .15 eggs .24 to day. Mowed the lawn this P.M. Rained hard this evening. Went to band practice.
[Isaac] Tuesday July 16 Cool & mostly clear we walked all the AM with a girl guide & had a real nice time among the geysers teams Came & took us back to Camp we bought 17 picture Cards 40c & 12 one c [cent] stamps PM went again with the girl guide this time went west Saw Riverside geyser & 4 others & many other sights & back to Supper at 5-30 Saw a black bear & we went thru the Store house of this Camp Evry thing in Plenty After Supper Mother & I went a mile to old faithful inn & Saw Some Extra fine broncho riding Cold Evening
Monday July 15. A very rainey morning. Got up early and done chores and then helped Bell wash. Ralph helped some. He was over Sunday and stayed until Wensday. Bought meat .15 corn .10 ice .05 this morning. Weeds are growing fine. Uncle Hole [Benjamin Holden Taylor, Margaret’s brother] is over to Mauds now working on some furnisher [furniture?].
[July 15 – Isaac] Looks like it would clear off now in Yellowstone Park cold Showery dark & Chilly all day hailed & Snowed a little we Slept well last night in a tent at Willow Springs Camp while it rained Started at 7 AM & saw deer it is too cold for comfort wore gloves & over coat all day Saw old growler & many geysers & much Stinking Steam Stopped for dinner in a tent with good fine light biscuit travel about 18 miles to lower Morris basen & saw old faithful geyser real cold fire in tent 7 of us in tent good beds good Supper &c