National Geographic : 1937 Jul
FROM NOTCH TO NOTCH IN THE WHITE MOUNTAINS i7 I Photograph by Harold Orne HEAVY CHAINS KEEP THE WEATHER STATION FROM BLOWING AWAY Reaching high into the air above New England, Mount Washington yields weather r considerable value to aviators and general forecasters. 78). At the right is the terminus of the cog railway eports of Observations are made every six hours (page (page 76). Photograph by Winston H. Pote SAP'S A-RUNNIN' IN THE SUGAR BUSH Spring has come to Black Mountain, near Jackson, New Hampshire, and the sweet life fluid in the maple trees is beginning to rise. So out come buckets of many shapes and sizes to catch the dripping juice that soon will become maple syrup and maple sugar. Since more than a barrel of sap must be boiled down to make a single gallon of syrup, the tall woodpile is none too high.