Journal of 1/09/2014

Wood stove. Next time I’ll burn pile of wood to check how the stove handles heat. I hope it will work out nicely. Then finally I gonna have fire in the base camp so that I’ll be able to spend few days there.

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Tiny grasses are growing at subzero temperature.
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Some grasses including resilient white clovers haven’t died yet.
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This is how Korean farmers treat dogs in general. This dog is a gate keeper that warns strangers to the chicken farm owner but look at the living condition. Is it a damn unlucky poor dog? Most dogs in the village are raised and sold out within one or two years for MONEY like pigs or cows. Koreans still eat dog meats. By the way some fortunate pet dogs which meet decent human owners have good quality of living like dogs in western countries.
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