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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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 has written for several national magazines, including "Esquire", "Smithsonian", "Newsweek", and "Outside". The author of "Westward Whoa, A Viking Voyage", and "An Illustrated Viking Voyage", he lives with his family in Rockport, Maine.

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