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Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center

The Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center had free admission recently in honor of Martin Luther King day, and we took advantage of the opportunity to visit the center again. It is a great place full of hands-on fun for the kids and excellent exhibits. The kids were able to be Junior Explorers for the day and earned a certificate and patch. Their Grammy is going to make them brag vests so that they can keep all of their patches in one place. Hopefully there will be many more to follow. William thinks it is pretty cool that his name is William Clark. He loves to be a part of the great adventure that took place so many years ago. It truly is a beautifully done center, and I highly recommend going if you ever have the chance.

The Portage

How far can you pull out a dugout canoe in a day?

Buffalo hide

4 thoughts on “Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center

  1. I like the displays. Very nice! Looks like Dad was having fun with the kids. Free is always nice. I really like the quilt. Vibrant colors.

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