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On the Lewis and Clark Trail by Rod Timanus On the Lewis and Clark Trail by Rod Timanus
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Rod Timanus, our on the trail author, has completed the third in this series of booklets, "On the Lewis and Clark Trail." As with the previous two volumes, Rod and his friend, Terri LaPlante, begin their journey to recreate the Corps of Discovery Trail at St. Louis, Missouri, and on to the Pacific Ocean via the Missouri River, over the Rocky Mountains and the Columbia River. This trail includes stops at all the significant spots along the way. Rod and Terri show us in current and historic photographs the differences in terrain from 1804-1806 and today. Rod also writes a synopsis of the expedition and explains how the modern explorer who wishes to trek the Lewis and Clark trail must adapt to modern changes. This book, as part of an ongoing set, is soft cover, 6 X 9, 112 pages. It has 50 photographs, 10 maps, 4 Appendices (one is a list of the members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition), Bibliography and Index.