El canto resplandeciente (Biblioteca de Cultura Popular) by Lorenzo Ramos

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After New Year's all trappers went back to their own trapping grounds till the next May. 46 I remember much of the first year we trapped.. On one of our travels to Florence Lake to hunt we came across a black bear swimming across the lake. We ran him close to the shore and my husband shot him. We pulled him out of the water, skinned him and cut off the fat. I cooked it down to make the oil. My husband asked, "How are we going to keep this oil? " Anyway, I went to work and cleaned yards and yards of bear's intestines.

If you don't stock up before snow falls you soon discover how hard it is to dig moss under snow, especially with the ground being frozen then too. This is what I mean when I say you have to study a lot of things about what to do ahead of time when living in the wilderness, off the land and nature, as we did in days gone by. The Burden expedition IN 1928 WE WORKED IN THE MAKING OF A MOVIE called 'Silent Enemy:' a semi-documentary of the Indian way of life and their struggle to survive. This, one of the last silent films ever made, became known as the Burden Expedition.

As he came in, the first thing he said was, "I am sorry I am late. " "Well, I shot down seven moose. That is what kept me late," said Alex. "I had to clean those seven moose, remove the insides and bury them under the snow. " Next morning we started early. We took our blankets, a few groceries and a cooking outfit. We arrived where the moose 54 were killed. First thing we did is to put up our camp. We looked for a cut rock and set a lean-to against the rock and made a fire so the heat would throw back into our lean-to.

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