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Re: Lewis And Clark Trail

PostPosted:08 Jul 2018 22:10
by ajayhawkfan
It has been hot so not stopping as often and when I do I’m using my camera and not my iPhone often.

This was above the Snake River.
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Note the road down by the lake. That was a steep climb up the canyon on a minimum maintenance road. Once on the top of the canyon the road was well graded. That has been fairly consistent.

Re: Lewis And Clark Trail

PostPosted:08 Jul 2018 22:12
by ajayhawkfan
More from same location.

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Re: Lewis And Clark Trail

PostPosted:08 Jul 2018 22:15
by ajayhawkfan
troy wrote:
08 Jul 2018 18:33
Check out my new laptop background wallpaper! Thanks, Eddie! :-D
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That is from the top of Lemhi Pass looking east. The trickle of water going down that mountain is the beginning of the Missouri River.

Re: Lewis And Clark Trail

PostPosted:08 Jul 2018 22:52
by ajayhawkfan
Who did that?

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Re: Lewis And Clark Trail

PostPosted:09 Jul 2018 18:31
by Ed M
Thanks for sharing the pics and commentary, looks like a great trip.

Re: Lewis And Clark Trail

PostPosted:10 Jul 2018 00:09
by ajayhawkfan
I made it to Fort Clatsop today. The end of my quest. I have now gone from Pittsburgh, PA to Fort Clatsop, on the Pacific coast.

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I’m in Astoria, Oregon a view from my room.
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Re: Lewis And Clark Trail

PostPosted:11 Jul 2018 20:47
by ajayhawkfan
Today was a hot day on blacktop going across the high desert of Idaho and Utah. Not a lot of stops but did enjoy the Golden Spike National Park.

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On the way to the park was this interesting display of rockets.
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Re: Lewis And Clark Trail

PostPosted:11 Jul 2018 23:02
by gagnaou
This looks like a great trip!!!

Re: Lewis And Clark Trail

PostPosted:14 Jul 2018 11:54
by ajayhawkfan
I'm home from my 5000 mile trip. I stayed pretty true to the Lewis And Clark's route to the Ocean. From KC to Idaho I was off blacktop more than being on blacktop. In Washington and Oregon it was the opposite.

On my way home I was mostly on State and Interstate highways because of family commitments.

At the Great Fall's of the Missouri I saw this unique site:


Re: Lewis And Clark Trail

PostPosted:15 Jul 2018 13:12
by Hank Moody
She looks like a true Ride Forum fan!

Re: Lewis And Clark Trail

PostPosted:15 Jul 2018 21:52
by ajayhawkfan
I have a number of relatives and friends recommend starting an Instagram account so share my trip. I have started an account here: https://www.instagram.com/ajayhawkfan/ I plan to add photos of my Lewis And Clark ride. If interested look it up.