National Geographic : 1937 Apr
508 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE READY FOR BANDITS OR INSECTS, THE PRICES CAMP IN A MUD HUT THEIR FIRST NIGHT OUT Human marauders were kept away by a watchman at a near-by canal station. Sleeping on cots under the cornstalk roof of this shed, the author and his wife felt safe from everything except the rain makers whom they had photographed earlier in the day (pages 500, 503, and 507). A FLY GOES OVER THE SIDE AS THE CAPTAIN'S SON BOILS RICE FOR DINNER No strict believer in hygiene was this youthful ship's cook. To get drinking water, he reached over the side with a round dipper and scooped up muddy brown water from the canal.