Lewis and Clark National Historical Park

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  1. First, I don’t know how I missed this post. So, I apologize for the delayed response. I am glad I saw the notice on Facebook!
    Second, I love the story of Lewis and Clark. I don’t remember anymore what triggered my initial interest. It possibly was a child’s book about Sacajawea I read to my children. Years ago, I read “Undaunted Courage” – a gift from my daughter. I loved the book (which I still have), but it was a bit of a challenge to read – as I usually read at bedtime. I remember their journey back home; I almost felt like I was going down the river along with them and enjoying the celebrations.

    Just to stand where you know they stood – is amazing to me. Your post is enthralling as ever, and your pictures are gorgeous. I am inspired to visit these same spots which you describe as magnificent, but I don’t know when that’ll be. Like you, I want to refresh all the details I once read in “Undaunted Courage.”

    The rest of your stops were interesting, too. The marina district is another world! And to think of where the gift shop is located. Funny! I think the time for closing of museums, tours and lighthouses due to Covid is over, but let’s focus on the positive.

    I agree that one of the benefits of travel is learning about history. Dan and I recently knew the answer to a Jeopardy question because of our travels. We were happy.
    Thank you for your post. You encourage my wanderlust and deepen my appreciation for the many offerings of our country. Safe travels as you head east!


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