National Geographic : 1929 Jan
PAVLOV AND ITS SISTERS LEAP FROM THE FOG For half a day the members of the expedition had tramped without seeing anything but rain and mist. Then, asthey looked south from the slope of Trader Mountain, the air cleared in an instant, and Pavlof and its neighbors stood out sharply, only five miles away. The dark area atthe base of the peaks is the jumble. In the foreground is a stretch of soft mud and bowlders that defies the hiker. Itwas necessary tokeep tothesnow in crossing this sort of country.