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Lewis and Clark Trail; near Wendover Ridge
Idaho, Idaho, United States
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Latitude and Longitude 46.5397, -114.8172 Map

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Subject 1: (Interview). Subtitle: Jeff Fee, Bud Moore, Norm Steadman. Timecode In: 00:01:40. Timecode out: 01:52:51. Notes: Lewis and Clark. Subject 2: (Equus caballus caballus). Subtitle: Snort. Timecode In: 00:04:17. Timecode out: 00:04:19. Notes: Lewis and Clark. Subject 3: (Sound Effects). Subtitle: Two-way radio. Timecode In: 00:14:00. Timecode out: 00:14:44. Notes: Lewis and Clark. Subject 4: (Sound Effects). Subtitle: Axe chopping. Timecode In: 00:21:54. Timecode out: 00:26:50. Notes: Lewis and Clark. Subject 5: (Sound Effects). Subtitle: Walking. Timecode In: 00:55:24. Timecode out: 00:57:00. Notes: Lewis and Clark. Subject 6: (Environmental Recording). Subtitle: Spring water ambi. Timecode In: 01:00:08. Timecode out: 01:01:36. Notes: Lewis and Clark. Subject 7: (Environmental Recording). Subtitle: Bubbling spring ambi. Timecode In: 01:03:59. Timecode out: 01:04:16. Notes: Lewis and Clark. Subject 8: (Environmental Recording). Subtitle: Spring water ambi. Timecode In: 01:15:53. Timecode out: 01:17:45. Notes: Lewis and Clark. Subject 9: (Environmental Recording). Subtitle: Idaho ambi. Timecode In: 01:42:55. Timecode out: 01:48:07. Notes: Lewis and Clark. Subject 10: Mule (Equus caballus x asinus). Subtitle: Whinny. Timecode In: 01:48:40. Timecode out: 01:49:48. Notes: Lewis and Clark. Habitat: Coniferous Forest, Stream. Equipment Notes: Stereo=1; Spaced Omnis; Decoded MS stereo. NPR/NGS RADIO EXPEDITIONS Show: Lolo Trail Log of DAT #: 4 Engineer: McQuay Date: July 25, 2001 0:00 general ambi -chat in background, sounds of walking 1:37 Bill So Alex, what are we doing now? 1 :39-2: 16 Alex Well, we, uh we're coming down. We kind of lost the trail. It's not that easy to follow the trail up here. There are several trails and there old and they kind of peter out in several places. So right now we've come up on a high knob and we're trying to re-find the trail. We've worked our way down from the knob. We had to get off and walk on part of it cause there's a very steep branch of this hillside here. Bud's up ahead here, I'm gonna talk to him for a second. 2:30 Alex Just tell me, do you think the trail was like this back in l805? 2:31-3:24 Bud, his accent may help set the scene but much of what he says is indecipherable Not right here. This was bulldozers. This was all logged, logged probably in the 50's early 60's. What's happened is the loggers logged right over the top here and that's why we can't follow the trail. Part of the time it's the old trail and part of the time it's the loggers. And apparently it dropped off over the ridge right up there and conjured around and I would be surprised if the old trail did also, but it's obliterated and you can't see where it goes. That's why we're having this trouble. Once we get back on top again before we go very far we'll scout for where do we go __brush. 3:24-13:54 general ambi -sounds of movement, some chat 4: 16 -sound of a horse or donkey 4:35 Alex So we're trying to move the horses out of the way so they can get down to the bank, but there are about ten of us, maybe a dozen in this party and we're all jammed up here. 11 :02 Bill Okay Sundance, head out. 13:54 Recording is stopped. Starts again. 14:01¬sounds of a walkie-talkie or CB in background; sounds of movement 19:00 Recording is stopped. Starts again. 19:00¬some indistinguishable chat in the background; sound of movement 20:27 Do you think the trail was like this back in 20:29-20:58 Bud, his accent may help set the scene but much of what he says is indecipherable Yeah, well I don't know about the Indian Trail. From here on up to the old lookout it pretty well contours around the peaks and I'm not sure whether old Indian trail went right down the ridge. It probably did. It probably would've been up above us going up and down I the saddles. I thi... (Notes truncated)

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Horse (caballus) - Equus caballus caballus
Mule - Equus caballus x asinus

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22 Sep 2008 by Ben Brotman
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19 Sep 2008 by Ben Brotman
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22 Sep 2008 by Ben Brotman