Heading west, the ship passed an abandoned lighthouse, between Caribou Island and Mott Island, and to the wrecked hulk of the steamer Algomah, thinking of the forty-six people who died in that wreck. They then landed on an adjacent beach and searched for green stones found only on Isle Royale, and agates.
The Abbie then cruised along the shore in view of the lighthouse on Menagerie Island, past Wright Island, to Siskiwit Bay. J.M Longyear caught a beautiful trout. The men camped there on the gravely, rocky shore. Tent pegs were no use on the rock, so they improvised, piling rocks on poles to which they tied the guy ropes. However, the tent collapsed in the night.