Churchill Clark is following the footsteps of his great-great-great-great grandfather, William Clark. Lewis and Clark traveled up the Missouri River, exploring America’s new territory that was acquired through the 1803 Louisiana Purchase. More than 210 years later, Churchill Clark is paddling down the Missouri River in his own handmade canoe. He started the trip in 2014 and canoed from Twin Bridges, Montana, to Garrison Dam in North Dakota. This year, he picked up where he left off in North Dakota and plans on taking the river all the way to Saint Louis, Missouri, where William Clark began his journey. At night, Churchill camps along the river. But he still brings along some modern luxuries, like a computer and Nutella.