Lewis and Clark


Note: Jay and Gina Bain and Linda and I put together a presentation for LearningQUEST describing our Road Scholar trip 'Following in the Footsteps of Lewis & Clark'. It is a fairly large pdf file, but if you are interested you can get it here.

We originally set up our Lewis and Clark pages on The Happy Bookers. This was a new and largely unused site that we were creating for our book club. Since the site was available, when Linda and I signed up for the Road Scholars (formerly Elderhostel) trip: On the Road: Following In the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark from Missouri to Oregon, we decided to use it to keep a daily log of our trip. Now that we have our own personal site, we have moved these pages from the book club site and placed them here.

Doing our homework!
Doing our homework!
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Everyone has heard of Lewis and Clark's incredible expedition, certainly one of the most amazing and well-documented voyages of discovery of all time. Even though they made their trip more than two hundred years ago, their exploits continue to inspire wonder and admiration in our 21st century lives. I just googled "Lewis and Clark" and it returned with 15,600,000 hits! In case you don't have time to look through them all, I listed some of the better sites in the sidebar to the right. The first link listed there is to the Road Scholar site showing journals of previous Elderhostel trips.

This is our first experience at writing a 'blog' and neither of us are very good writers. So some of our entries are pretty lame; but what the heck—no one has to read this if they don't want to.

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