Route of the Lost Sea Expedition. The voyage lasted 14 months and included Canada and 10 states. It began in Neptune, Saskatchewan and ended in Fort Hancock, Texas, on the Mexican border.
A solar panel on the Lost Sea Expedition wagon charged the cameras, audio recorder and laptop. Bernie and Polly filmed through all conditions and temperatures ranging from single to triple digits. This is a first for a wagon voyage across America.
The Lost Sea Expedition takes TV viewers to some of the least inhabited parts of America. Here, mule Polly and the wagon take a break on Hurley Butte, South Dakota.
Bernie pulls his wagon across a remote Texas bridge. He lead his mule Polly across earlier so she wouldn’t have to pull the wagon across dangerous gaps in the bridge deck.
An underwater scene from the Lost Sea Expedition. Well known North Carolina folk artist Charlie Frye painted 35-plus original illustrations for the series.
Diane Turko: the “Skunk Lady” from the Lost Sea Expedition TV series.
Creationist Joe Taylor: from the Lost Sea Expedition TV series.
Sod home resident George McKillip: from the Lost Sea Expedition TV series.
A Nebraska rancher’s hands.
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