National Geographic : 1938 Jun
Photograph byEdward L.Gockeler SLEIGH BELLS JINGLE AND EVERGREENS ARE DECKED WITH SNOW WHEN WINTER ERMINE-WRAPS THE ADIRONDACKS Main roads, however, are kept open for motor traffic all year round, and more and more visitors are discoveringthat these slopes aremade forskiing and the frozen lakes for cutting curlicues on ice. Not so the dyed-in-the-wool old-timer. "What do you do in the winter time ?" theauthor asked one veteran guide. "Shovel snow and chew the rag-and shovel snow some more," was the reply. Beyond these husky grays and sledge at Ray Brook nearSaranac Lake looms thebulk ofScarface Mountain.