National Geographic : 1936 Nov
SPORT AND COLOR AMID NEW ENGLAND SNOWS READY FOR A MILE-A -MINUTE SPIN ON LAKE CHAMPLAIN-IF ONLY WIND COMES! In a good breeze and when the ice is smooth and clear of snow, ice boats at Burlington, Vermont, race with the speed of the wind. Often the craft lift their windward runners two or three feet from the ice and buck like bronchos. Crews find the sport bitterly cold. ULIvaional ueograpnlc ,ociety rinlay Yihotographs by B. Anthony Stewart ALL OUTDOORS FOR A DINING ROOM, AND THE PRESIDENTIAL RANGE FOR A BACKDROP Hot coffee, cheese, cold meats, and fruits are served in mid-afternoon at this resort near Franconia. Warmly clothed and with plenty of healthy exercise, lovers of winter sports defy zero temperatures.