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Image from page 376 of “American homes and gardens” (1905)
Identifier: americanhomesga101913newy
Title: American homes and gardens
Year: 1905 (1900s)
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Subjects: Architecture, Domestic Landscape gardening
Publisher: New York : Munn and Co
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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he head-waters of some green-banked streamwhich trails its sinuous way through sunlit pastures andshady bits of swamp-maple and alders, or perchance throughthe dim-lit cathedral of some pine forest, and have thenglided quietly down with the current with your camera onthe gunwale, and some companion to keep you clear ofbanks and overhanging branches, then you have known thejoy of the hunt—of the only true hunting, which capturesthe timid wild things where they are, making them yoursfor all time, and yet leaving them free to enjoy the June, 1913 AMERICAN HOMES AND GARDENS 213 life which Nature gave them.The versatile canoe, how-ever, is not limited to suchhomely and gentle pleasures.I have, for instance, afriend who now lives on arocky part of the Mainecoast, whose recreationsbefore he was married in-cluded such feats as moun-tain climbing, and an occas-ional flurry with gendarmesin the Latin Quarter, whonow finds a vent for his sur-plus energy by taking a canoewhich he has especially

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New York town! Thetwentieth-century voice ofthechiefsbattered, butprizedgraphaphone had spoken,and the spell was shattered ! But these are exceptionaluses for the canoe. It is asan every-day affair that it isof the greatest value andshould be more appreciated.Undoubtedly a great deal ofthe prejudice which does tosome extent exist againstcanoeing is due to the factthat every season there aresome fools, not even know- b raced and strengthened An apparently frail canoe is trustworthy over a broad expanse of lake ing how to swim, who insist with steel rods so that it will stand the stress, a good dist- on going out and drowning themselves—and, incidentally, ance out to sea, in rough weather, and then riding in on the getting into the newspapers and being held up by good inten- waves—if he can without getting swamped or tipped over; tioned but illogical friends as warning against canoeing of and it is a royal frolic, I assure you. any kind and under any conditions. Another friend of mi

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