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SECOND VISIT TO MINDORO
we had no other habitation. We slept in hammocks and sat on powder boxes. The lid of a trunk served us for a table. Our cooking-stove, constructed from a five-gallon kerosene tin, may be seen in the left foreground. The skull, at the corner of the house,
OUR CAMP ON THE BACO RIVER-MINDORO
belonged to a bull buffalo which I killed during our stay. Near it stands one of the broad-bladed Tagalog paddles.
Work on our camp was interrupted by a heavy rain, and we were again obliged to sleep in the rattan shed. The next afternoon, too, we took a siesta there. About four Bourns awoke, and started out to give the men