Talk about your road trip! How about driving the entire Lewis and Clark expedition trail? I'm that big of a history geek.

Talk about your road trip! How about driving the entire Lewis and Clark expedition trail? I'm that big of a history geek. I'd totally do this to teach my kids geography/history

US Highway 12, Lewis and Clark Trail, Idaho, USA

I've got a t shirt of the Lewis and Clark logo with them holding surf boards :) (Seaside, Oregon Surf Shop)

Highway #14 is part of the Lewis and Clark Trail that travels along the north side of the stunning Columbia River Gorge and offers a wide variety of sights and scenes.... road trip, adventure, travel, Washington state, Oregon,  HyperActiveX

We've driving this road to the Oregon Coast. Sunset at Columbia River Gorge, Oregon/Washington, USA (by Darren White Photography)

Lewis and Clark sculpture at Clark's Point- Case Park in Kansas City, MO  When Lewis and Clark stopped at this spot on September 15, 1806, atop a  high bluff with a sweeping view of the Missouri River Valley, they noted that the site offered a "commanding situation for a fort."  611 W 8th St,

Clark's Point, Case Park ~ fabulous 180 view of West Bottoms, Missouri and Kansas Rivers and more.

Lewis and Clark - The Ultimate Guide.Find hands on activities and free teaching guides as you learn about the Lewis and Clark trail and the Louisiana Purchase @ Tina's Dynamic Homeschool Plus

Lewis and Clark Expedition - The Ultimate Guide

Lewis and Clark - The Ultimate Guide.Find hands on activities and free teaching guides as you learn about the Lewis and Clark trail and the Louisiana Purchase @ Tina's Dynamic Homeschool Plus

NPS website with the Lewis and Clark trail marked. OMG - when you are young and your mom's a teacher (read - broke) with 6 weeks off during the summer what do you do? You travel up and down the Pacific Coast with your tent in your VW wagon.  That's what we did. We camped along the Lewis and Clark Trail along the way.  It was in hindsight, a great way to grow up.

The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail retraces the steps of the Corps of Discovery from 1804 to 1806 in their search for a route to the Pacific Ocean.

On May 14th 1804, Lewis & Clark & their team departed Illinois to explore the newly purchased Louisiana Territory & to reach the Pacific coast.

Sept 1806 Lewis and Clark returned to St. Louis after exploring the Pacific Northwest of the USA. In hand were 140 maps, notes of 200 plants and animals, notes on 72 native tribes and claims to Oregon Territory.

Scientific Encounters--Lewis and Clark Expedition: A National Register of Historic Places Travel Itinerary

Big Bone Lick State Park--Lewis and Clark Expedition: A National Register of Historic Places Travel Itinerary

Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center - Great Falls, MT

Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center - Great Falls, MT

Lewis and Clark along with York, the man-servant, and Seaman the dog

Travel the Lewis and Clark Trail, Suggested Driving Tour. Traveling with your Pet, Discover the Rivers of Lewis and Clark, Plan your own Adventure

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