Apr 30 2010


Published by at 7:53 pm under Expeditions and Experiences

Exploring the valley as well as making ends meet foodwise is what I am doing with my days. There is quite a rich plant diversity here, with some heat loving species I am not so used to, such as yew. The stone type that dominates the area is quartzite. Been testing it for tool quality and I find it to be usable, but a bit coarse in general. There is luckily not much snow left and the hares, deer and moose are seeking out the fields and clearings to snack on the sprouting vegetation.


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