Traders came without much note - some Lead Bars were acquired, but we're not going to use them anytime soon.
Soon it will be the winter freezing, so shortly there will be plans to dig underground and out into the lake. Although we are not yet ready to breach the lake itself, we can at least remove the surrounding wall and place some doors where we intend to start next year.
The exploratory shaft has been expanded to supply us with some rocks, although it is not going to serve much more purpose than mining fodder at the moment.
There are 6 comments for this map series, last post 2007-12-21
( 1051 Early Winter to onwards )
The farms will keep our dwarves sustained for the forseeable future.
8 Plots to the north are underground and will grow Quarry Bushes for sustenance, the 4 to the south are open to the air to allow us the occasional indulgence into foreign tipples.
The two workshops you can see are a threshers (farmer's workshop) on the left, and a kitchen on the right. Can't eat Quarry bush leaves raw / off the vine! - matryx
( 1051 Early Summer to onwards )
Hunting for the aquifer, our dwarves are curious as to whether or not it exists purely under the lake or if it seeps into the ground nearby as well. Thus far it appears to be contained under the lake. - matryx
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