National Geographic : 1949 Jun
The West Through Boston Eyes 735 Following the Westering Sun, the Motorist Gains an Hour Here West of the Snake River, separating Oregon from Idaho, he passes suddenly from Mountain to Pacific time. Charles J. Belden Holding On by Their Toes, Thirsty Customers at Cody, Wyoming, Wait Their Turn The fat man's fancy boots may have cost anywhere from $50 to $75. Bootmakers thrive in Wyoming because of its scores of dude ranches, patronized by well-to-do visitors who like to dress as they think the ideal cowboy should. These two wives of dude ranchers prefer high heels when in town.