National Geographic : 1961 Nov
FIE ,I-A R N1 CLOCK went off at -t:3U, 1nd ten minutes lacer TI-11N, Ncife and I s1cPPed o«t 111to a cOI(I pea-soup fog. We wore boots, several protcalve layers of sxveaters, and win breakers. An ca.rl}, dawn Sidewalk outing; on the spray-drenched Ore -- on enact-even in mid-julti--can t be a ch11l3nt exf erience. Driving a short distance beyond thc village, we parked by the road, a field of Nvet grass, and de sct:nded abruptly onto the beech. . Article and photographs by PAUL. A. lAHL Ph.D. atioli«t Geogr.Z)hic -c1iic;r Staff Sxii, =c arV('d crags, dunes that ulh and the teetrliilg life the tidal zone tibsc)i"b c 1 L tfi"Cx iS1 f S' Ciii"1 fl on vacation. " r+l .f. h.