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 October 20-25, 2013 

February 2013
Journeys of Exploration & Discovery


Phone calls and online requests were at an all-time high in January and we are looking forward to getting back on the trail again.  Planning is already underway for 2014.  We are bringing back an old favorite, the Old West Trail, July 12-18, 2014, and there will be announcements of other additionns in upcoming issues.

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Legendary North Dakota is a two-nation tour, but  because of the unique relationship between Canada and the United States, the world's only International Peace Garden is freely accessible to citizens of both nations.  Join us this summer where the legends live, July 21-27.
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Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup


Make plans now to attend this unique Old West tradition in the Black Hills of South Dakota.  Voted once again to ABA's 100 Top Events in North America, the festivities include a Buffalo Arts Festival as well as the roundup.  You'll also visit Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse mountain carvings, Badlands National Park, historic Deadwood, Kevin Costner's Tatanka, a ride on the famous 1880 steam train, and much more. 
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At press time we have 13 participants signed up for what Thomas Jefferson called the greatest adventure in American History.  As announced earlier, we will go with a minimum of 15 for this very special experience, so we're getting close! 


Did you know the National Park Service publishes an excellent quarterly newsletter on the Lewis & Clark Trail?  Sign up for it here.  You can also read previous issues online.  The December issue had wonderful articles on Little Known L&C Facts, The Myth and Mystery of Sacagawea and Spirit Mound.

Supplier SpotlightGateway Arch St. Louis
St. Louis' famous Gateway Arch has been voted Best Attraction of 2012 by AAA Magazine.  Symbolizing the city's role as the Gateway to the West, it rises above a wonderful Museum of Westward Expansion, where we will spend our first evening on the Lewis & Clark Trail in August.  To learn more click on the photo.
Feel free to contact us with any questions at 800-888-8306.


We look forward to seeing you on the trail this season.


Happy Trails! 
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