Dangerous Part Comes Back Home
McGuire, John M., St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)
FROM LEWIS AND CLARK on, the confluence of the country's two major rivers north of St. Louis has been an irresistible lure. Whether it's adventurers, writers, photographers, Green Berets, swimmers, scientists - the Missouri and Mississippi have drawn all types, madcap and otherwise.
W. Hodding Carter and Preston Maybank are decidedly of the madcap variety among those who have retraced the Lewis and Clark trail.
Before they left here in August two years ago, two other Lewis and Clark voyagers - a chiropractor and a teacher - took off in a 21-foot jet boat, powered by a 270-horsepower engine. "They were well prepared and had sponsors up the wazoo," said Carter. …
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Publication information: Article title: Dangerous Part Comes Back Home. Contributors: McGuire, John M. - Author. Newspaper title: St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO). Publication date: August 29, 1994. Page number: 3D. © 2008 St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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