At anchor in harbour
“A fair, sunshining day.” Burying-party sent ashore to bury James Chilton. Passengers continued to fetch wood and water.
And on the other side of the Bay …
The exploration party now realised they were on a heavily wooded island, and since John Clark, one of the Mayflower’s crew, had been the first to set foot on it, they named the island after him. “We marched about it and found no inhabitants at all, and here we made our rendezvous all that day,” drying their clothes and doing what they could to repair the shallop after yesterday's disastrous events.