National Geographic : 1942 Feb
Facts about the Philippines 197 Dizzy Driving on the Crooked, One-at-a-time Motor Road Between Baguio and Bontoc Blasted and cut from steep, rocky mountainsides, this highway reaches an elevation of 7,800 feet. Curves and sharp V-shaped turns average more than 40 per mile. Block signals control one-way traffic. Alfred T. Palmer Travel Is Never a Pleasure for Philippine Pigs! You see them tied to a rear bumper in Baguio. Often they're slung feet up on a pole and carried between two men, or dumped, feet tied, on a jolting bull cart. Always they protest, with grunts and squeals.