They buried him there in the dunes. Not far from the children who loved him. High above the tide mark. They were all very sad. They would miss him a great deal. For he was the great companion in the watery explorations in the stream of life. From that time on the children at least called the stream Frika is stream. They felt no guilt or shame at what they had done on the day he died for they knew his time and come and he was one of their own play companions in the journey of life. His role had come to an end. He had long ago given up going out in the real long ships as he had done when he was a young man. It is never given them overweening unwonted advice about their own little coral calls and skiffs, and long ships and cargo ships that they dream would one day carry them along the coast and up the rivers and streams of more than this little island. For they were from Jutland were they not? They would Danes, heroes of the Norse – at least to themselves.


children taught skills alphabet runic alphabet.

Details of the runic alphabet- Photos of runes and draweings and Queen of Sheba alphabet

Paper boats and paper handling – down the seaside village in the hills amongst the trees in the workshops.

Whit Rune notices a girl there.



Chidren Youths Learning in the fields

Hero emerges

Who’s point of view POV?


After the burial of Frika it was decided to build a watchtower. It was to be placed ever so slightly inland. Away from the dunes and away from the wetlands yet on some high hard ground. Not in the sandhills but on a piece of land that had some real dirt and rock underneath it. The council who decided this was William, David, peer tears, and Clark,. They were the settlement elders. The leaders of the Isles. They sent a group of men headed by Sven Larson and Peter Tompkins and attended by Martha gripped who would attend them men's needs by way of food, vittles, and beverages. For it was hard work taking some of the books and the horses with them to select timber in the interior of the island. The best timber grew in a place of hills just above the wetlands and it was difficult to reign. They had to cut a path as well so another group of men were assigned to and any women who wanted to join them were assigned to cutting a path or a small road and selected to where it was going to be assembled at the watchtower site. The watchtower was to be like a turret it was to be made of wood and it was to be well protected and reinforced with crossbeams and braces at the top of the tower they would build a sandy pet there was plenty of sand nearby of course. And in this sandy pet they could set a fire and have it acted like a lighthouse in the distance and at night and install's to guide the trading ships home. For by now they had many trading ships beteen the Friesian islands their islands a land of freesia on the other side on the inland side and far-flung trading with Jutland itself and other Danish settlements on the coast for the Danes had stretch themselves out and little colonies all along the south Jutland coast toward stretching toward the land of freeze your. These colonies also boarded the lands of the Franks and of the Saxons and of the other nations round about them stop that Danish people were coming awake. Their agriculture was settled and very productive. They were accustomed to using the excesses of the dairy trade for instance in the manufacture of special Danish cheeses which were much favoured and sought after along all the parts where they had introduced them. And the people there wanted more of them. Pregnancy pregnancy was the frequent driver of the fecundity of the land. For it was the fecundity of their own people – the drive to feed their own children, that was the major factor in the extra excess they created. With this they could trade. Feed their own people and feed the world was there cry. As they set to work in the fields labouring for their loved ones. Their blessing had sprung forth out of love. The love of their own kind created within their own loin is. The wounds of the Danish were many. And their children and babies increased markedly. This was the source of their wealth. People are the ultimate source of all wealth.