Pictures and GPS coordinates for the entire Lewis and Clark Trail are available from the author.
This extensive collection of Lewis and Clark photography took the author eight years and 40,000+ miles of travel along the Lewis and Clark Trail. Photography includes hundreds of Lewis and Clark campsites, sites that members of the Expedition documented in their 8,000+ miles of travels between 1803 and 1806. This is the most extensive library of photography ever made of the Lewis and Clark Trail.
The author was formerly in the software business and spent three years in military intelligence plotting enemy movement that contributed to this project of documenting the Lewis and Clark Trail. After selling his business the author traveled extensively on the Lewis and Clark Trail. In 1999 he accidentally stumbled across a series of remote Lewis and Clark Trail markers in Montana, and this interest developed into these extensive travels and two books: "Lewis and Clark, Today", a collection of 1,100 photographs and narrative about the Trail, and a second book called, "Lewis and Clark, Tracks", a detail travel log of the daily events, the location of 587 campsites and 1,000's of other sites mentioned in the Lewis and Clark Journals. This book includes the GPS coordinates of these sites and is a must for anyone considering traveling part or all of the real Lewis and Clark Trail. The photographs and GPS coordinates are based on the Journals of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark which were published in 1809.
To view, look for the "Slideshow" button on the top [Right] to expand the pictures and use the "Return to Gallery" to navigate to various Gallery Categories.
To order or find out more about these two publications contact the publisher by clicking the "Email me" link below:
Email him at: LewisNClarkTrail@GMAIL.COM
Coming SOON ! (as of April 23, 2012 actively on the Trail).
5/15/2012-Visited Patrick Gass' grave in Wellsburg, W.V. Pictures under Death of Members.
4/15/2012 - Visited grave site of Jean Baptiste Charbonneau.
416/2012 - Accidentally found the site of John Colter's entrance into Yellowstone.(amazing)
4/17/2012 - Visited Clark campsites from Bozeman to Miles City, Montana.
3/25/2012 - at the confluence of the Snake & Columbia River (aka Sacajawea State Park).
1). Pic's posted 12/07/11 - Site of where keelboat was built - Elizabeth, Pennsylvania - with a builder's NAME.
2). Birthplace of Locust Hill - Lewis family birthplace and plantation - Ivy, Virginia.
3). Fort Massac - campsite and place Douillard was hired. (Special Place).
4). Tavern Cave (Rock or Bluff) very difficult to find. Site where Lewis fell down a cliff side nearly to his death, just a few days into the Expedition.
5). Finally found the campsite at the confluence of Ohio and Mississippi River. Very historical site.