The Lewis without Clark Journey Begins: From Pittsburgh to Cincinnati – Spring/Summer 2021 Episode 8

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Start at https://drinktrade.com/travelingrobert, and let Trade find you the coffee you’ll love. We travel by towing a Winnebago Micro Minnie 2108DS FLX https://www.winnebago.com/models/product/towables/travel-trailer/micro-minnie-flx For more music, merchandise and product information visit: https://travelingrobert . com 0:00 Teaser and Intro 0:36 Leaving Pittsburgh: The Duquesne Incline and Indian Mound 3:41 A not-so-beautiful trip to Ohio 6:08 Trade Coffee (sponsored) 8:17 Starting Point, World’s Greatest Teapot, and Steubenville 14 :57 Wheeling, West Virginia 17:46 RV Cooking Plan 19:31 Tomlinson Run State Park 22:04 Old Fort Steuben 30:58 Grave Creek Mound 36:18 Epilogue Travel Map (in progress) https: //travelingrobert.com/map .php Original music and other merchandise available at https://travelingrobert.com/merch.php Listen to music here: https://travelingrobert.com/music.php Buy music here: https://music.apple. com/us/artist/robert-morales/569217341 Clothing: https://travelingrobert.myspreadshop.com/ Amazon shopping list: https://www.amazon.c om/shop/travelingrobert How to support: Patreon: https://patreon.com/travelingrobert Membership: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLM5XNynW9u1_usGYL98YKw/join Members and subscribers get early access and bonus footage among other benefits. Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Travelingrobert/ CAMERA and OTHER GEAR Primary camera: Sony FDR AX53 https://amzn.to/2MHwLA1 Selfie camera: GoPro Hero 9 Black https://amzn.to /3gbWmQT Trailer/rooftop camera: GoPro Hero 7 Black: https://amzn.to/338EUE3 Dash camera: Sony FDR X3000 http://amzn.to/2spAvM8 Drone: DJI Mavic 2 Zoom https://amzn.to / 3slLZym 360 Camera: Insta360 ONE X2 https://amzn.to/3q6Koyl Tripod: Manfrotto MTPIXI-B PIXI Mini Tripod http://amzn.to/2fiBcEX GoPro Shorty: https://amzn.to/35rnRi8 AUDIO GEAR: Microphone : Rode Wireless Go: https://amzn.to/3im33CE Sony MDR-7506 Headphones http://amzn.to/2fidw3b Tascam Audio Interface: https://amzn.to/3qWhxNq Social: FACEBOOK: http: //facebook .com/travelingrobert TWITTER: http://twitter.com/travelingrobert INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/travelingrobert This video complies with FAA Part 107 regulations #Sponsored #BoundByTheW #Winnebago #WinnebagoLife #WinnebagoMicroMinnie #rvlife #travelingrobert #freeinmyrv #rvvlog #t ravel og

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27 thoughts on “The Lewis without Clark Journey Begins: From Pittsburgh to Cincinnati – Spring/Summer 2021 Episode 8

  1. 2w2600yank

    Robert thank you for visiting our area and doing a video on Lewis and Clark always enjoy watching your videos and was in the area home town of Dean Martin

  2. Don Kelly

    You went right by my hometown, but it didn’t make the cut. I travel 65 to Pittsburgh a couple times a week. . Next time stop at Old Economy, the last settlement of the Harmonist Society in Ambridge right on the Ohio River.

  3. subaru4me

    Oh man! It looks like that Toyota Camry hit you. It looks like it didn't end your trip though. Be safe sir.

  4. toto&gogo cc

    Nice seeing your video..
    Brightens my day..
    I luv your music, & watching
    the beginning & end of the videos!! Oh Ya, the content
    was good too. haha..
    Cheers..

  5. Ask Remy

    32:37 technically nothing predates Christianity as it is simplify belief in the Creator. Jesus created everything seen and unseen. The prophecy of God entering creation, including His death and resurrection, was written some 300 years prior, which therefore would predate the Grave Creek Mound. For the uninitiated, yes, it predates Christianity. Just setting the record straight.

  6. diane mayberry

    Robert! You should do tv commercials because every time you endorse any product, it makes me want to get it right away!!

  7. RichardinNC1

    You passed through my home town area. Born in Moundsville and lived in Wheeling. I have family still there. My uncle was mayor of Moundsville and gave prison tours after that. They say it's quite haunted. Once we lived in Ohio, we traveled rt 2 and rt 7 frequently to visit family. Yes, the Ohio River valley is often overcast due to the surrounding hills trapping the wind currents and moisture. It's also cleaner than it used to be with many polluting industries along the river that are better now. I never knew of its history of the Lewis travels. I'm actually a distant relative of his from my mothers side. PS: Also make a note to explore Oglebay Park near Wheeling, a beautiful area. They have cabins, not sure any RV sites.

  8. Joyce S

    Great video as always Robert, thanks Check out Cahokia Mounds area in Collinsville, Illinois minutes from St Louis, MO. many mounds, a park and interpretive center, museum and gift shop that you can spend hours in. Not to be missed if you are interested in history of the American Indian. Great web site also!

  9. G Russ

    You traveled the same roads I do every day. I work in Pittsburgh live in Beaver, and Camp in WV. I know the area well.

  10. Michele McDaniel

    “The Point of Beginning”, as the sign says. The east coast history is so great to see. And even if the weather is dreary, the content is not! The best thing about this, and as I see others have done, is that you can always “Google it” to go beyond the point of interest introductions that you give. Started college but never finished in part due to my wandering brain. But that doesn’t mean we can’t keep learning in our own way, right? I can watch one of these episodes and repeat sections I want to know more about or tag for future look-ups so I can retain it. Love to learn. Cool stuff. Tossing a pat on the back your way for presenting a nice way to start the week this morning. Goes great with coffee…Thank you!❣️

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