. . . was for Mrs. Whishaw, wife of a British Columbia geologist, up through northwest Canada to Alaska and the Yukon. When her husband went on a three-months-no-women-allowed expedition, she took off on a daffy but delightful adventure of her own. She had $36, as much equipment as she could cram in a pack, and a camera. She had an eye for natural phenomena and a knack for meeting up with eccentrics. Intrepid pioneering, feminine fasion, on the open road.