Here I am cooking fresh water clams and rose hips, and some bush
This bush stove was unique. On my left was actually a water hole in the
rock, with a trough under the stove. As it would rain, the water would
actually go under the stove and the ashes got picked up and help in
sterilizing the water source.
So, we had heat, a good frying stone, the walls were warm and my native
friends slept against the sides, and..... a water trough right next to the
Here is my son, Nicholas. He has caught a small snake,
in this area they get much bigger, some five and a half feet long and one inch
diameter. A good food source, though I doubt this one will do that for him!