In the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark From
Illinois to the Pacific
- Aug. 15, 2012
Lunch above the Yellowstone River
Dessert at Dairy Queen
Imagine a bus load of 33 pulling into your DQ at noon. Carla takes
care of us every year.
Our only interpretive stop today was at Pompey's
Pillar National Monument, where Clark signed his name on July 25, 1806.
It is still there today, protected by a plastic shield and electronic
sensors to detect anyone getting close.
Group at the top of a 203 step climb.
interpretation of dugout catamaran built by Clark July 21-23, 1806