In the spring forest you will never be thirsty.
As a children we used to put the branch into an anthill. Ants excrete methanoic acid and branch becomes sour. It was very good to lick of thirst 🙂
And Please. Never. Never. Do not destroy the anthill.
Did you know?
For a country that covers only a little over 45,000 km2, it has an estimated population of 1.3 million and it one of the most sparsely populated countries in Europe, with almost 50% covered by forest.
Americans call this period ” Indian summer”. Estonians call it “old women’s summer”. Why? Because during the day weather is warm, tempting, promising……but at night it’s cold like a stone 🙂 Like older woman…..