After eating breakfast, J.M. Longyear and E.W. Sparrow set out to take some photos. After lunch, Sparrow submitted to his ongoing temptation to see what would happen if he lit a fire in the plentiful driftwood. Although he started it far from camp, the men were soon scrambling to douse the fire with water as it blew in the direction of their tent. The fire abated, Sparrow, J.M. Longyear, and Howard Longyear went for a hike to see more falls. When they returned to camp, Mr. Clark scolded Sparrow for starting the fire. To smooth over rough feelings, Sparrow challenged the men to a shooting match with his revolver. Then they played cards until bedtime.