Kenneth Warren Higby Sr. is inviting all to become a part of the remaking of the Lewis and Clark expedition. This project is perfectly suited for those tired of the stereotyped summer vacation experiences.
Lander, WY -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/08/2015 -- The recreation of the Lewis and Clark expedition in reverse is a photo journal and an epic film project by Kenneth Warren Higby Sr. A companion project of UPT-21 Urban Planting Table project; the project's objective is to address the unemployed disabled crises in the United States by creating public awareness. All funds raised from Kickstarter will be spent on project completion and disabled employment.
The journey starting from the Yellowstone Park on May 5, 2015 will be an effort to replicate the Lewis & Clark Expedition that took place between 1804 and 1806. This project is the first ever attempt in 210 years, to cover the Lewis and Clark expedition trail. This coast to coast journey will be an excellent opportunity to meet new people, see new places, and recreate history.
Since his childhood days, Kenneth Warren Higby Sr. wanted to emulate the feat of his grandfather who was an explorer, adventurer, and mountain man. With the support from Kickstarter backers, he is now trying to make his dream come true. Most importantly, it will create an opportunity for millions of children and adults to revisit the pages of American history.
Kenneth Warren Higby Sr. hopes that his photo-journal and film will bring a new wonder and enjoyment to millions of American children that have never heard of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. It is also his expectation that this project will help people look back at one of the greatest moments of American history.
The funding goal of this Kickstarter campaign is $83,456, and this amount must be raised by Tuesday, March 3.
To find out more about this campaign, please visit http://kck.st/1HGNudH
The official website of Kenneth Warren Higby Sr. is http://www.kenhigby.com/
About Kenneth Warren Higby Sr.
Kenneth Warren Higby Sr. has worked with mentally and physically handicapped, and disabled friends all his life, teaching agribusiness, construction, and waste management, recovery, recycling, and is disabled himself. His wife Tia is also disabled and is the idealist for the Wee People dolls project. They are the parents of six young adults. They are active in all community service, of all types.