National Geographic : 1938 Jun
© National Geographic Society HE TOTES HIGH HOPES IN THE BASKET ON HIS BACK Hungry for a sizzling trout dinner, this canoeist reverted to his boy hood days and tried his luck in Bog River with an old-fashioned cherry pole. While patiently awaiting a strike, he watched humming birds flitting about the cardinal flowers. ouxaycoior rnotograpns ny riarrison -lowell vvalier AS DID INDIANS, CAMPERS TRAVEL BY PADDLE ON AMPERSAND Shores of many of theAdirondack lakes are as wild asthey were inthe days of the Iroquois. Perhaps the youngsters are imagining that scurrying squirrels in the woods or woodpeckers hammering attrees are redskins on the warpath.