National Geographic : 1942 Jan
Samuel H.Kauffmann Up the Salmon River, Past Spectacular Cliffs, Move the Horse-powered Boats toFavorite Fishing Holes Often after such a trip, bumping and scraping over the stony river bed, the rowboats must be replanked. Sometimes they areeven pulled across thedry, rocky shores to by-pass a fisherman "in action." A complete shoeing outfit is carried, as horses quickly wear out their iron shoes. Descent totheseaisgreat sport, the boats running the rapids quickly and the horses galloping happily ahead on the homestretch.