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This interior belongs to the Stone Age era. The overall structure, bed, fireplace and storage units are all made from stone. Orkney Islands off N coast of the UK

House 1 of Skara Brae Neolithic settlement beside the Bay of Skaill in the Orkney Islands.

Haddock drying on tree branches in Iceland! Great snack for location scouting.... I had the pleasure as a kid, working in the local fish factory, to go hang the heads up to dry... Believe me when i say, that the smell was....eehm.. quite unique.. And the flies!!!! whoa...

Haddock drying on tree branches in Iceland! Great snack for location scouting

Fish drying racks in Iceland

Fish drying racks in Iceland

The oldest classified wine region in Europe is in a corner of Northeast Hungary - the little-known Tokaj wine trail, and here, many of the stone wine cellars were built as early as the the mid-1500s.  What you see above, coating those bottles that date as far back as 1912, is mold, fed by the wine that evaporates. This particular winery provides wine to presidents and royalty around the world.

In a corner of Northeast Hungary is the little-known Tokaj wine trail, and here, many of the stone wine cellars were built as early as the the

Pemmican Recipes

Pemmican recipe-- Native American food might be good for backpacking, simultaneously sounds really yummy and really gross

Frances Collier: Butser Ancient Farm.     "The interior of the house was an ideal place for the drying and preservation of food. Smoke and heat from the constant fire would have smoked meat and fish, and would have dried herbs and other plants perfectly. Salt was another means of preserving meat for the cold winter months."

Frances Collier: Butser Ancient Farm. "The interior of the house was an ideal place for the drying and preservation of food. Smoke and heat from the constant fire would have smoked meat and fish, and would have dried herbs and other plants perfectly. Salt was another means of preserving meat for the cold winter months."