Oct. 11, 1965
Oct. 11, 1965

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Oct. 11, 1965

Bighorn Sheep
  • Few if any hunters ever have been butted to death by a bighorn sheep. Despite this seemingly encouraging fact, the bighorn is generally considered the most challenging trophy in North America. This is less because of what it is than of where it goes—up cliff, down canyon, sometimes almost in air. Even on a well-organized trip the bighorn is hard to get. Given a drunken guide, a mountain full of snappish rattlesnakes and some fairly tender feet—well, such an adventure can become pretty hairy, as this diary of a week in Idaho's Primitive Area painfully reveals.

Horse Shows
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


4—drawing by Marc Simont
28, 29—Art Shay
31—Jack Sheedy and George Long
32, 33—Jerry Cooke
34-39—Bob Peterson
41—drawing by Marc Simont
48—Shel Hershorn-Black Star
69, 70—Brian Seed
72—Herb Scharfman
78—Curt Gunther
101—Yomuiri Shimbun, Allen Heim, Bartlett M. Hauthaway, Paul Freedman-Albuquerque Journal

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