National Geographic : 1937 Dec
"DORJUN" FOUND SHELTER BENEATH A SNOWY PEAK-AND THE FLAG WAS STILL THERE! The shallow-draft boat could be run into many places as easily as a canoe. This was fortunate because Fuegianshores arenicked with snug nooks, such asthis mouth of a tidal stream in Yendegaia Bay, where a small craft may find refuge (page 770). It was seldom necessary toinspect thehull; Dorjun didnot strike asingle rock while under way. The dory alongside once belonged to a Swedish miner.