Article written by trogers81
In the southern passes of the Vingaard Mountains, travelers easily lost their way. To prevent that from occurring, trail markers were carved into the base of a tree. The trail marker consisted of a carved symbol surrounded by a certain number of dots. These dots signified how many miles to the next trade post.
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