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On May 13th, the Nimblewill Nomad was standing below the Arch in St. Louis. That day he hiked past Clark's grave in Bellefontaine Cemetery, to Wood River, across the Mississippi on the old US 66 Chain of Rocks Bridge, to the Lewis and Clark Memorial.

 

With the Corps on the Missouri

Journey's End, Cape Disappointment

 

On the 14th, he departed for Fort Clatsop in Oregon.  From there, God willing, he'll continue on to the Pacific at Cape Disappointment, Washington, o'er the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, 200 years to the day - the beginning of Jefferson's historic quest in search for the Northwest Passage.

Be sure to read the journals and look at the photos, so you can follow along as the Nimblewill Nomad hikes west on his own quest to find the Northwest Passage. Indeed, you'll find it to be a Journey of Discovery.

 

(Background music: "Deerhunter")

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