The Great Pains & Accuracy Tour

Savvy Traveler Radio Shows

by Barrett Golding

Nez Perce at Fort Leavenworth soundfiles Show 5: The Wars
(10:50) Part Five: No Home on the Range, Chief Joseph's Race Track, Brothers Buddha and Brahma, and 2000 miles thru the Himalayas. Premiered on PRI/MPR Savvy Traveler November 2001.

Manitou cave drawings from Clark's journal soundfiles Show 4: The Rendezvous
(11:10) Part Four: Biking and mic-ing the Missouri River. Captain Lewis’ Aria, replicas upriver, surveyor-stalking cougars, black powder bursts, cave wall Manitous, and Edens lost. Premiered on PRI/MPR Savvy Traveler October 2001.

Clark with Sac earring, goatee, shadesLewis with mohawk and shades soundfiles Show 3: The Flood
(8:30) Part Three. Biking and mic-ing the modern Lewis and Clark Trail. Missouri floods, a frog symphony, a million worms, bowfishing a beanfield, and in little league: Lemke Trenching and Excavating plays Miller Funeral Homes. Premiered on PRI/MPR Savvy Traveler August 2001.

Clark map with faces soundfiles Show 1: The Prep
(8:30) Part One. Cross-country preparations, then and now: Penis syringes and Indian presents, AAA and GPS. "Your observations are to be taken with great pains and accuracy, for others as well as yourself" --Jefferson's Instructions to Lewis, 1803. Premiered on PRI/MPR Savvy Traveler June 2001. Also, Show 2: Phone Messages from the trail.

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