National Geographic : 1925 Nov
488 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by Maynard Owen Williams ROLLING A WALRUS ONTO A ROCK BEACH AT LOW TIDE In winter the Eskimos are skillful in hauling their walrus trophies onto the ice, but in summer they capture specimens too heavy to drag ashore. They bring their catch as near to land as possible, and then make the receding waters provide them with a dry dock. Photograph by Jacob Gayer WIHIERE AN ADVANCING GLACIER BECOMES A SIIRINKING LAKE Within the memory of living men John's Glacier, which terminates Foulke Fiord, ended at least half a mile back of Alida Lake. To-day it drops away into the lake itself.