Westward Whoa: In the Wake of Lewis and Clark

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Simon & Schuster, 1994 - Travel - 299 pages
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Under the St. Louis gateway-to-the-west arch, on August 24, 1992, W. Hodding Carter and his friend Preston Maybank set out on a trek that would take them via raft, foot, horseback, and, in desperation, rental car, to the outflow of the Columbia River. A rollicking re-creation of the Lewis and Clark expedition.

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Review: Westward Whoa: In the Wake of Lewis and Clark

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Fabulous fun read of two guys who try to recreate the Lewis and Clark trip using the kinds of things available to L&C. These guys do not take themselves too seriously. One of them gets ribs broken trying to light a horse's farts. Read full review

Review: Westward Whoa: In the Wake of Lewis and Clark

User Review  - Goodreads

Fabulous fun read of two guys who try to recreate the Lewis and Clark trip using the kinds of things available to L&C. These guys do not take themselves too seriously. One of them gets ribs broken trying to light a horse's farts. Read full review

Contents

Boils and Sores
15
Get Down on Your Belly
32
Mosquito Buffet
41
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

W. Hodding Carter was an NCAA Division III All-American and a national champion on his college swim team. He is a contributing writer for "Outside magazine", has written for "Esquire" and "Gourmet", and is the author of five previous books of nonfiction.

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