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Up Rungless Ladders to Health – Strength Magazine – November, 1926

The lakes and fiords of Maine, with their endless labyrinthine windings, always evoke a spirit of exploration in me. When a sharp turn suddenly cuts off the view a haunting desire lures me on, until I have reached the next portal and drawn aside its misty curtain. And there, again, a sense of magic suspense seems to pervade the air, and an invisible hand beckons me on and on, until at the end of a clay’s journey I find myself in a strange and wondrous calm-in a concourse of huge, primeval giants-and marvel at my temerity in having invaded their solemn conclave.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas