National Geographic : 1956 Jan
() National Ueograpllc society 4 String Lake, Frozen Fast, Yields Ice to Chill Food in Summer Avalanches, crashing down lower slopes of the moun tains, have cut gashes through the forest. Sharp winds have shaved most of the snow off the peaks. Shade and sawdust in an icehouse will preserve these cakes. + Mule Deer Paw Through Snow for a Cold Dinner Hard winters bring the threat of starvation to many animals in the Jackson Hole-Teton area. Mule deer survive on serviceberry and bitter brush. In hard times they crop low branches off evergreen trees.