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Archive for January, 2007

Around the LakeSaturday, January 6th, 2007


I was in a foreign country but I’m not sure where.  It seemed to be Africa, but some of the people of this tribe looked like they could be South American, others Australian Aboriginies, and others North African, and even others South African.  They were a tribe that lived around a lake and used the lake for fishing.  We must have had a guide because I remember someone telling me about the people and how they lived though I’m not sure who that person was.

The people had been collecting meat for dinner.  There was fileted fish chunks in a bucket, cow in another, and people were preparing other things at a large table slab, all outdoors.  They had a fire going in some sort of clay oven type aparatus with a lid.  I was hungry and took a couple wooden skewers and skewed some fish chunks, opened the lid on the oven and placed them on the coals.

There was an Aboriginal looking man who was the sheriff of this group of people.  He had grey hair and a grey beard and he wore a long black coat.  He reminded me of one of the men in “The Proposition.”  He had four dogs up near his home and he was trying to get them to do some sort of dance or something.

Next, I was overlooking this large hillside.  The people were harvesting very large orange squash and someone was explaining too me that the people are really dependent on these crops.  Some animals eat that crops and sometimes there are very dry years that greatly affect the people.  We seemed to be looking at it from high up.  The squash was the colour of pumpkin, but the shape of deze goards.


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