I admit I didn't do my reading assignment for #ParkChat but I did study the "cliff" notes at Pompeys Pillar NM! 😉
replying to @59NationalParks @59NationalParks @Wild_Tribute @LewisClarkTrail Greetings #ParkChat from the San Francisco Bay Area where the story about the @AnzaTrailNPS is told inside the Martinez Adobe on the grounds of @JohnMuirNPS.
replying to @LewisClarkTrail @LewisClarkTrail A2) My first experience with Lewis & Clark was visiting Fort Clatsop National Memorial in the early 1990s. #ParkChat
A2. Living in southern Alberta we begin many of our road trips along the Lewis and Clark Trail in Montana. There is so much to see and several nice centers to visit along the way. #parkchat
replying to @LewisClarkTrail @LewisClarkTrail A2) By visiting every site we can on and around the trail! #Parkchat
replying to @Parkasaur @Parkasaur @LewisClarkTrail Awesome! We've done the entire @SantaFeTrail1 - maybe completing @LewisClarkTrail will be next - North and South Dakota are the last contiguous US states we need to visit! #ParkChat
replying to @LewisClarkTrail @LewisClarkTrail A5) There's both John Colter and Sacagawea who played key roles in the expedition. #ParkChat
replying to @LewisClarkTrail @LewisClarkTrail I write blogs and we take photos. And I do #ParkChat So social media too.
replying to @LewisClarkTrail @LewisClarkTrail A6) I document my journeys via photos like this set from my trip around the World last year. #ParkChat
A6. First with scribbled notes and tickets etc in my travel journal plus hundreds of pictures. Then I put some together and post on my blog. Right now I'm doing weekly blogging through the alphabet posts of places we've visited. #parkchat
replying to @LewisClarkTrail @LewisClarkTrail Yep, we definitely need to come back to Oregon - especially when this beauty finishes her renovations! #ParkChat