Sadly, not as many blocks were available as I'd hoped. The shelf proved to be further out than anticipated so we've pulled the tunnel a little short of it's target for now. I expect we'll spend the next year or two roofing it properly before we plan to descend into the depths of the lake, but careful / clever mining can always surround the tunnel we have with water on all sides if we wish it.
A none-too-smart Horse has decided to go swimming.
There are groundhog bones elsewhere in the lake from similarly desired wild boar. - matryx
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
( 1052 Early Spring to onwards )
This is the entrance area for the temple. Pre-1053 it is just a storage area for rocks and ores. Post 1053 it actually leads into the glass/limestone corridor for the temple proper. - matryx
( 1053 Early Spring to onwards )
We have breached the side of the lake while it was frozen and constructed long walls of green glass and limestone. The limestone adds support for the glass, while the green tint should allow us to observe the lake's aquatic life without danger. - 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
( 1052 Early Summer to onwards )
Until the temple is able to support residential rooms, the nobility will stay here. They seem quite happy surrounded by limestone though. - matryx
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