Sunday, June 21
Started towards Jimtown where the enemy is reported to be. Roads very rough, country face of -- very uneven. Some parts nicely rolling and fertile. Pass quite a number of rebel camps. Plenty of ripe cherries and mulberries to be seen. 4 o'clock. Cross the Tennessee line. Camp over night at Travlersville. Passed through Poplar -- got over Mt. Poplar.
Monday, June 22
Grazing our horses in a wheat field. Start towards Monticello. Get there about five o'clock. Go in camp at this place. 103rd Ohio and Wilder battery start towards Sommerset
Tuesday, June 23
1st Ky. and 7th Ohio Cavalry regts & 45th Ohio start for camp. Get to camp near five o'clock, with our eyes, ears, and noses nearly stopped up with dirt, which made us feel about as near like dummies as could be.
Wednesday, June 24
Day very wet and rain commenced near midnight and at taps it is still raining.
Thursday, June 25
Still raining. Several of the boys are drowned out of their tents. Get new supply of horses from Lexington.
Friday, June 26
Saturday, June 27
Go on picket on hill road. Day extremely rainy. Buy a lot of biscuits and fish on which make an excellent dinner.
Sunday, June 28
10 A.M. relieved from picket. 45th goes on scout to Jastown, Ky. in which vicinity a squad of rebels are reported to be. March till two o'clock. Moved morn. Ford fishing creek which is considerably high. Camp half mile from town.
Monday, June 29
Get to sleep from two till four. Get up. Saddle our horses and go to the town. Squad of scouts go out. Enemy said to be coming. Go out to meet them but they was not to be seen. Cos. B & G goes out two or three miles to reconoiter.
Tuesday, June 30
Morn pleasant. Noon rainy. Took dinner over in town. Dish oyster soup for supper. Evening very pleasant.