National Geographic : 1929 Jun
CARAVANS ARE "PARKED" IN MILITARY ORDER When a halt is called for the night in the heart of Mongolia, the tents are pitched and the loads placed inlines about them (see text, page 665). The author's own shelter and baggage are shown at the right. In the background the camels are grazingin asmall marsh, through which trickles a tiny stream, yellow and incredibly bitter-the only water for two days. Beyond are desert hills half buried insand.