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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Westward whoa: in the wake of Lewis and Clark

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On August 24, 1992, Carter and his friend Preston Maybank set out on an inflatable boat to navigate the course of the Lewis and Clark expedition. They completed their journey on November 3, nearly ... Read full review

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I'll always remember this book! It's the true story of two guys in a rubber raft recreating the Lewis and Clark trail. Throughout the whole journey, they hear about a hoard of well-funded proctologists who did the same thing (in much better style) the year before. Very fun book! 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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