Journal of A New Nation's Journey West
 
June 11 - 28, 2003

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Today we saw several Lewis and Clark Campsites and lunch stops. We were going reverse on their return trip, so we had to think backwards. The Three Forks of the Missouri had thrilled us a few days ago, now we saw another Three Forks - three Indian trails coming together, which L&C used on May 3, 1806. Our flag-bearer today is Alice Wilcox. The Bird Book has also been updated. ok
Here's more of our gang at the three forks.

 And below is a picture of the Indian Fishery at Celilo on the Columbia River.

This was the major blockage to river travel for L&C and other travelers.

And below this is an exhibit at the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, a giant wooden sturgeon.

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