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Lewis and Clark Festival

Last weekend was the 23rd Annual Lewis and Clark Festival. Rob is fascinated with the history of Lewis and Clark so we decided to stop by for a visit. There were different tents set up so we could learn about all the different aspects of the journey. We stayed for the beginning of a native dance, but had to cut it short because I had to go to work.

After they dropped me off at work, Rob and the kids went back and learned about snakes and were also able  to see the entire native dance. When the dance was over, Rob, Catheryn and William got up and danced with them. I am sorry I missed it. I am not sure I would have been brave enough to get up and dance with them, but I would have loved to take some pictures of the family dancing. Nathan, like me (poor boy), was content to watch from the bench. 

They all had a great time and the kids were able to trade their gold coins for trinkets. We had missed the festival the last couple of years, so I am glad Rob and the kids were able to go. 

4 thoughts on “Lewis and Clark Festival

  1. Wow! That looks fun! Shame that you missed some of it but when a gals gotta work, a gals gotta work! maybe next year you might see all of it

  2. Your pictures are great, Mariah! The colors are amazing. I remember a Pow Wow we went to in Albuquerque. Very interesting and beautiful costumes.

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