By Cynthia Fitterer Klingel, Robert B. Noyed
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15). We always looked up and down the channel of the Canal, marked through the lake by red and black buoys, but ocean freighters seldom get so far from the locks this early in the morning, and we found it safe to cross. If we had heard the warning whistle of an approaching ship, we should have hurried out of its way, watching for FROM ANCON TO THE ISLAND the waves that spread on either side as slowly At down it steams the channel. a mass Here and there this distance the island looked like of closely fitting green plants.
Selves by keeping a water-killed tree shaped like a harp in line with a tall tree on the shore (Fig. 1 7). This channel was not cleared, and we had to be even more careful not to run the cayuca on any of the dead trees hidden under water. Most of the trees were gray and bare, but here and there an orchid clung to the side of one, and closer toward shore in the shade the lower stumps were topped with a heavy growth of ferns and flowers (Fig. 16). Photograph by Lutz Fig. 17. The island from the inlet Photograph by Lutz Pig.
This made a convenient saddle ninety feet above ground. MY TREE The branches were 43 and very comfortably on them and look about us and down on the plants below. Not many white people get to see the jungle from strong. above We could fifteen inches thick sit (Fig. 20). myself had seen trail, or working my I Fig. 20. it before only from a narrow way through Looking down on and palms, where, if I the vines, ferns. the jungle roof was content to travel slowly, I seldom needed to use my machete to cut a path, though sometimes i was obliged to get down on my hands and knees to crawl under a tangle of bamboo vines or look for the next clear spot.
Ancient Egypt (Let's See Library) by Cynthia Fitterer Klingel, Robert B. Noyed