National Geographic : 1935 Dec
WHERE BIBLE CHARACTEI FOUR-FOOTED TRAFFIC FILLS THE STR Promptly at 6 a. m . the young goatherder, seen in his horn ringing through the village, and owners open goats to be driven off to mountain pastures for the day. RS LIVE AGAIN 745 REET IN EARLY MORNING the rear at the right, sends the notes of their stable doors. Out troop the milch Photograph by W. Pfingstl SNOWBANKS AS HIGH AS A MAN'S HEAD LINE MAIN STREET Along the Hauptstrasse-also called Ettalerstrasse, because it leads toward the village of Ettal the smaller children of the town go coasting. For the older ones there are sled runs a mile or more long on the mountainsides. Each morning the street is cleared by a snowplow drawn by half a dozen horses.