National Geographic : 1938 Mar
FISH TO THE WEST, TOMATOES TO THE EAST, SUSTAIN THE HARDY FOLK OFROCQUAINE BAY Lobstermen pull their boats up on the beach and weigh the catch in their side yards. They sell it to the wholesaler whomakes his rounds daily. Behind the homes squat big greenhouses in which the tomatoes, melons, and grapes are nurtured. rnolograpns oyD.Aintnony stewart BOYS AND COWS SHARE THE SCHOOL YARD FOR RUGBY AND PASTURAGE IN THRIFTY GUERNSEY Cattle are tethered when feeding, thus cropping the fine turf more closely than when they range at will (page 376). Every few hours the stakes aremoved.