“It was wonderful to see a stone the size of a trunk leap into the air in a plunge of 200 or 300 feet, strike the shelf below as if thrown by a catapult, and with such tremendous force as to rebound twenty feet….”
The water, just before it breaks into spray, has a beautiful green tint, as has also the water in the canyon below. …. The mingling of green water and white spray with the rainbow tints is beautiful beyond description.
“I attended that game in 1955, but didn’t watch much of it. A blizzard blew in the night before and temperatures hovered in the low teens on game day—with a stiff wind and blowing snow.”
When I received my copy of the fall issue of the Pioneer Museum Quarterly last week, I was delighted to …
“It is curious to think that the descendants of the great grizzlies which were the dread of the early explorers and hunters should now be semi-domesticated creatures.”