We’ve been writing about the first automobile trip over Wolf Creek Pass when it opened in 1916, as described by Myrtle Hersch. We pick up today where we ended last week. The journey is just beginning.
“While in camp, David and I walked down the narrow steep grade to the open flats below, and even when dry it looked rather hazardous as it was only a few inches wider than the camp wagon tracks. A wall of rock on one side, and straight down on the other; but the engineer assured us it was all right, for it was well packed, but for us not to drive too close together to make room for possibilities.