In the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark
From Illinois to the Pacific
July 26 - Aug. 12, 2015




2806... Day 15, Aug. 9: Lewiston, ID to Hood River, OR + 303=3109

A wonderful iron silhouette display of the May 2, 1806 camp near Dayton, WA


The world's smallest Lewis and Clark Interpretive Site


L & C reached this major confluence on Oct. 16, 1805. They stayed for two days and measured the width of the rivers


Wallula Gap was mentioned in a film about Glacial Lake Missoula we saw two days ago.


Clark named Hat Rock on October 19, 1805


The expedition camped on a high point of rocks called Rock Fort in The Dalles, OR. Oct. 25 & 26, 1805

2806... Day 15, Aug. 9: Lewiston, ID to Hood River, OR + 303=3109
 
Lewiston to The Dalles