National Geographic : 1952 Aug
© National Geographic Society 4 After a Jungle Trek, All Hands Relax in a Camper's Fly-free Paradise Insect pests plagued the Scots and their bearers at low altitudes. This campsite atop a 12,000-foot ridge offered relief from heat and flies. Firewood was handy; a snowbank (lower right) provided water. Porters, weary of climbing, dropped their loads. ZZ5 Ko(lac romes by I)ouglas S ott + Amateur Cooks Brew "Hoosh," Using Snow, Dried Soup, and Pemmican Climbing South Lampak peak, the explorers pitched their tent on an 18,000-foot cornice. Snow squalls developed; avalanches thundered past. Huddled to gether, the men read the Gospel of John. Tom Mac Kinnon (left) and the author prepared the meal.