National Geographic : 1929 Jan
THE VOLCANOES OF ECUADOR GRASSHOPPERS SOMETIMES FLAVORED THE AUTHOR'S SOUP Hordes of these insects made themselves objectionable to the members of the expedition by con tinually jumping into the food. They attain a length of four and one-half inches. HALF-AND-HALF The cow would not allow herself to be milked unless her calf were brought alongside simultaneously. Then the Indian woman and the calf took turns at milking until everybody was satisfied, with a minimum of trouble.