It wasnt until we crossed back over the tuscarora creek inlet which runs along side the oxen training site, that Omar found an intact deer skull with antlers. None of us here advocate hunting but the deer skull is a good example of anatomy and it was beautiful in its quiet simplicity----the deer having left its bodyprobably not so long ago. There were shades of pink and green on the beautiful skull. Omar left it in a spot on along the path, to come back to in a few weeks after it has thoroughly dried out to study the anatomy.
Later, well present the flora we found to Parijata, Dhruva, and Prestayaha....and expound on why knowing what flora is nearby is beneificial to the entire community.
Peace, friends. It's raining again!