} Good to hear from you, Og. Certainly I can help with
} both problems.
} 1. The cold weather, and the spoilage of meat. What I
} recommend is to locate some very large stones, and use a
} chisel to carve them into circular disks. For example,
} around 20 inches in diameter and 3 inches in width. Also
} carve holes, an inch or so wide, through the center. Place
} these disks on top of the meat; this keeps the air out,
} preventing spoilage (don't place the meat right under the
} center hole, though). The exertion of carving these disks
} will have the secondary effect of keeping your body warm,
} as will the effort to lift a disk to obtain a portion of
} meat for each meal.
} 2. The transport of large crates. Locate a flint rock,
} and strike it against another rock, near which you have
} placed dried leaves and twigs. Doing this should throw
} sparks, which will ignite the twigs. Add larger pieces
} of dried wood, until you have a roaring blaze. Place the
} crate in this, until it stops smoking. While it will not
} affect the stones you mention, most of the other contents,
} as well as the crate itself, will weigh much less after
} this procedure, making it far easier to transport.
} You owe the Oracle a cave drawing of Lisa taking a bath.