National Geographic : 1941 Jul
104 The National Geographic Magazine © National Geographic Society Kodahcrone by John Swope Parking in Rural Chile Is Still a Problem of Hitching Posts Horsemen wear spurs with wicked-looking rowels. Stirrups are made of thick carved wood. () ational Ueograptilc ioclety ioto taiIrotlI)yN1. iione ri lMoore Huge Pangue Plants, Growing About the Lakes and Rivers, Dwarf a 16-year-old Boy Countryfolk use its leaves for roofing, chew the stalk, and dye cloth with tannin from its roots.