National Geographic : 1929 Jan
SOME EARLY BIRD MISSED A GOOD BREAKFAST To pass away the time and to augment the expedition's larder, Messrs. Dyott and Johnston occasionally went fishing. The latter's particular mission was to hunt worms-large worms. The most extended specimen that fell to his spade was an earthworm with a five-foot stretch. HIS PIPES OEPAN PRODUCE DOLEFUL MUSIC The rondador of Ecuadorismade of reeds, and emits plaintive notes that seem to express the philosophy ofhim who plays it.The Indian strikes upon a combination of notes that ispleasing tohis ear and repeats them until he has fairly hypnotized himself and distracted his hearers.