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Reho Wolfe, the end of a Salmon River era
John A Wolfe
by Rhett Creek Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||141|
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The Salmon River rises on the south slope of Mount Hood, fed by the melting ice of the Palmer Glacier. From its alpine beginnings, the river flows swiftly south down the flank of the volcano, carving a maze of steep canyons in the soft pumice and ash that makes up the smooth south slopes of Mount Hood. All rivers come to an end, and the Boise River disappears silently into the storied Snake River at a place called Martin Landing. Located less than 50 miles from downtown Boise, Martin Landing is a part of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game's Fort Boise Wildlife Management Area, which is managed in cooperation with Canyon County Parks and Recreation.
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Wolfe. Susan Franko is the author of Reho Wolfe, the end of a Salmon River era ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 3 reviews, published )4/5. A biography of Reho is “Reho Wolfe–the End of a Salmon River Era” by her son John Wolfe, Conley’s “River of No Return” has a brief entry on Rhett Creek and the Wolfe family.
“Gold at Dixie Gulch” by Marian Sweeney Is a great book to help set the stage for this Fiddling With History Main Salmon River Rafting Tour. Reho Wolfe, the End of a Salmon River Era By John A. Wolfe Read by Sue Vap As a traveler to the Salmon River country of Idaho, you meet characters who left their mark on the land.
But, more importantly, you meet those who shaped the culture of the river--a culture rich in history and still rising and falling with the currents today. The Salmon River is the paradigm of pristine wilderness and a bastion America’s wild places.
“The River of No Return” is a term that has long been associated with the roadless section of the Salmon River between the towns of Salmon and Riggins.
In this area, the Salmon River flows through a canyon that is five thousand feet deep and nearly two hundred miles long. A list of books on the Selway & Salmon river which provide great inspiration and detail the rich history of one of our countries most beautiful areas.
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WHERE THE RIVER ENDS, Charles Martin’s sixth novel following his award-winning CHASING FIREFLIES, is a touching story of love and loss, set with rich detail against the backdrop of Charleston and the St. Mary’s River. Doss Michaels is a fishing guide and starving artist trying to eke out a living in a small studio in Charleston.
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