allmenning

allmenning

The long, long road over the moors and up into the forest--who trod it into being first of all? Man, a human being, the first that came here. There was no path before he came. Afterward, some beast or other, following the faint tracks over marsh and moorland, wearing them deeper; after
these again some Lapp gained scent of the path, and took that way from field to field, looking to his reindeer. Thus was made the road through great Allmenning – the common tracts without an owner; no-man's land. (Knut Hamsun, Growth of the Soil)

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