(Note the following is one of a series of Pioneer Tales published during 1893 and 1984 in the Arkansas Echo, a German-language newspaper in the Little Rock. See the information following this Pioneer Tale for information about them and what has been posted so far. This story is about the difficulty of negotiating the thick forests of Arkansas.)
"What?" many of you will ask. "Are there still primeval forests in Arkansas?"
Yes, certainly, dear reader. Although there are no Brazilian or even African jungles through which a person must carve out a path with an ax. Still, there are enough woods left that it is not an impossibility occasionally, without being a little tipsy or hung over, to become completely lost in them.
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