This might be interesting for someone who was actually on this journey or their children as a travel journal, for anyone else it might be exasperating. The program was very disconnected and amateurish without a clear outline or direction. To be honest it seemed as though the "authors" interviewed the first drunk dullard they came across without giving those interviewed a chance to think about what they were going to say; then allowed them to blather incoherently. It was if they didn't take enough audio then didn't edit what little they had. The audio would have been better served by a Sophomore High School student in his AV class. Ramblings and background noise of highways and town simpletons jerk the listener from imagination of the trail and how it's changed to the thoughts and ideas of confused people along the way. I was not looking for someone mumbling about the bank taking his cows soon, a dog that can spell, surfers that can't drive, or how someone got "bumbed up" in an auto wreck that killed three people. I hardly see how this relates to Lewis and Clark in any way besides that it happened in the same vague geographical area. This seemed to me like the authors strategem to pay for a nice trip down the Lewis and Clark trail and swindle others out of their hard earned cash.
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