As we talked about at dinner, we decided not to put a fence around Krull's cabin. The reason for this is to avoid a situation where, in the unlikely event that a bear enters, the bear can enter but Krull cannot get out.
It is better for Krull to have a good chance of escaping than for that to happen. I think this will increase the chance of Krull's survival and he will come to inform us when the time comes. After all, Krull is smart.
The next morning, the five of us plus Krull went to retrieve our prey. The boar was bigger than ever, but thanks to Krull, we were able to lift and carry it smoothly.
Of course, we didn't forget the story of the bear. We were more cautious than usual on the way. Since Samija did not say anything, there was probably no trace of it. Nothing special happened on the way there and back.
It would have been nice to have a few more long-handled or projectile weapons for such situations. It is best to be able to attack from outside the bear's range in case of emergency. I'm going to add more bows and short spears to my arsenal, which has been on the shelf for a long time. .......
Once you reach home, the rest is business as usual. I quickly peeled off the skin and separated the meat from the bones. The boar, which was quite large, turned into food.
I would have liked to make "tonteki", or "inoteki", but I didn't have soy sauce or garlic, so I gave up and just roasted it with herbs and brandy. But since I didn't have soy sauce or garlic, I gave up and just grilled it with herbs and brandy.
I wonder if they have soy sauce in the north. I'll have to ask Camilo about this too. I'd also like to get some dried bonito flakes, kelp, and rice, if they're available, but I'm not sure if they are. Kamilo will have a hard time, but I'll ask him to do his best.
If you want, you can pay him some money. I don't mind Western food, and I don't have any major complaints about it, but there's a difference in hope between the possibility of eating Japanese food if you work hard and the impossibility of it in the first place.
In the afternoon, I'll be blacksmithing, Rike and Liddy will be studying magic (and tending to the fields), and Samija and Diana will be mending.
Both Samija and Deanna have been getting better at mending lately, and are able to mend the slightest flaw.
However, they may need to buy new ones if they have reached their limits. Speaking of which, I wonder if the production cheat applies to sewing clothes. There's no reason why it wouldn't, but just in case, I'll try to make my own clothes.
If you think about what you need and what you want to do, you'll find that there are a lot of things to do ......! That's what I'm talking about.
Slow life sounds good, but it means doing things by yourself that you should depend on others to do. You grow vegetables that someone else grows for you. If someone else prepares the meat for you, you can prepare it yourself.
Of course, the more you do this, the less time you have for yourself, so there will inevitably be good and bad. Naturally, I can't hope to live as conveniently as I did in the previous world, but even though my goal is to live a relaxed life in this world, I want to rely on others where I can.
I was able to mass produce quite a few knives that day. In terms of wholesaling volume, it takes a little over a week, so it's very efficient.
As for the knives, I heard that the sales of the high-end models are not so good, so it's a pity that we can't make a profit by mass-producing knives. If the sales of this model were good, I could make only this model and spend my free time on something else.
I quickly discarded such an unrealistic plan, and cleaned up my workshop while thinking about what I should prioritize making.