Friday, May 30, 1650.
The party awakes, gathers itself together and begins to move down the road into ever thickening forest. By noon, you come to a place where a guard post and gate has been built, to take a toll upon the road. The toll is a silver piece per person and 3 c.p. per wheel (which is 1 s.p. for a wagon, 6 c.p. for a cart). Animals are let by for free.
Soon after the toll gate, the party will come to a fork in the road. The left fork reads, "To Zug." The right fork reads, "To Chur."