National Geographic : 1928 Oct
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE DALARNA WELCOMES THE COMING GUEST The region around Lake Siljan is popular with visitors. Many who, as an old Dal ballad says, feel its irresistible lure, pass the summer in the townships along its banks. This cottage is of the type usually rented to tourists. ) National (eographic society Autocorolnes Lumlere Dy tc. t-eurln LADIES OF THE LAKE AND RIVER Apron and skirt are separate, except in Rittvik, where they are sewed together. Stripes are characteristic of more than one parish. Broad ones, some Dal girls say, mean riches; narrow ones, poverty. A Gagnef girl sits beside two from Rittvik on the bench; one from Floda stands.