National Geographic : 1964 Oct
k I ~l~l St " toB The We st -truly the las American frontier still on. More people by far are moving west today than at the height of migration in pioneer days. KODACHROMS BY JOGINDR SINGH REKHI N.G.S . B IG, BUSY, fast-moving. Ad jectives such as these spring to mind when Ithink of s I; the west coast. Washington's Grand Coulee Dam is the larg est concrete structure built by man. Logs ride a ramp from water to mill at the Simpson Timber Company, Shelton, Washington. Go-carts propel teen-age racers 45 miles an hour at an Oregon track. For a moment of meditation, I vis ited the Sikh Temple in El Centro, California. 577.