LEXINGTON, Mo. -- There has been rain and wind and mud and trains and mosquitoes -- Oh, Lord, have there been mosquitoes! -- but the only truly bad moments for the Lewis and Clark Discovery Expedition came last week when the crew had to first bury, and then dig up, the body of Seaman, their Newfoundland dog.
I'll get to that sad story a little later. But first, listen to Ralph Duren describe what it's like to re-enact Lewis and Clark's journey, day-by-day.