National Geographic : 1929 Feb
FROM E -YOIlKlo.EUROPE via O(lRTH CAPU and MIEIGIHT SUJ LAE) on the specially chartered White Star Transatlantic Liner "Calgaric" ENJOY the mystic beauty of the majestic Northland at the most favorable time of year. Leave the mo notonous traveled track and follow this "different" route to Europe. Enjoy the freedom from all travel details and responsibilities that an efficient cruise staff provides. James Boring's Second Annual North Cape Cruise to Europe sails from New York June 26, 1929 for a 41-day voyage. Rates, $550 15 Ports in up, cover every necessary expense, in- ICELAND cluding shore trips and stop-over home- NORWAY bound tickets. Membership limited to 480. One management throughout by SWEDEN American cruise specialists. DENMARK Inquire of your local agent orDept.N-32 SCOTLAND JAMEIS IDCIN'S TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 730 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y, &' /y Spn Af/ernoon Alon a AMontan Road Sns onTwen-'e days a month S the Year Around Radiant, hazeless sunshine from cerulean heavens-sun shine that brings buoyancy of spirit and an urge to be in the glorious outdoors. Sunshine to revel in twenty-five days each month the year around-twenty-seven days during winter months, thirteen with no clouds at all. That much the records for thirty-five years show for the Pikes Peak Region. No wonder those who want or need the bright, revivifying outdoors for rest or recreation find a new meaning to winter! Golf, tennis, motoring over dry, smooth roads, riding on moun tain trails, hiking any month in the year. Ideal polo conditions ii for six months. A beautiful cosmopolitan community of homes. Know more about this region, its scenic beauty, its healthful ness. Write for "Winning Health," "100 Winter Days," in formation about the city, schools and college, homes, free stop-overs. S 212 Independenceg d P'i "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."