It is summer in the Iroquois territory and a small
group has set up their temporary camp on the banks of a river, where
the fish and game are plentiful. At the end of the season the men
and the women will move to higher ground, where more permanent camps
keep them out of reach of the winter floods. While women took care
of camp chores, men spent most of their time hunting or preparing
to hunt, if not preparing for war against some neighboring group.
The men of "The Fording Place" set out across their river in search
of yet another unknown daily adventure.