"In the morninge the wind at southwest faire sune shining all the daie untill night. The night the wind at weste verie faire weather."
"This daye in the morninge we went at the mouth of Mountte Eagell Baie and landed upon a fine litle Iland which [has] excellent good ground and grasse upon it and ther we gathered store of scurvy grasse. Allso ... we found that ther had ben great store of birdes had haunted."
"In the morninge the wind at south east verie faire sune shininge weather untill night and calme."
“Occurrents in Newfoundland”
Excerpts from Henry Crout’s Weather Diary Kept at
Cupers Cove, Newfoundland from September 1, 1612 to May 13, 1613
Aboard the Endeavor