National Geographic : 1934 Jan
110 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE © Arial Explorations, Inc. INHABITANTS OF THE "LOST VILLAGE" OF LARI PARADE AROUND THE PLANE To clear a safe landing field among the high mountains that surrounded this remote settlement was a difficult task. The first work was insufficient, and the natives were disappointed almost to the point of violence when the Washington, flying over the new airport, signaled that it was impossible to alight. Later, successful landings were made (see text, pages 127 and 132, and illustration, page 126).