Meanwhile one, two or three wizard jumped around the house and whenever the dolientes neglected the wizards entered the house to try to remove the dead, which did not obtain. The dead removes from the place and it took to the cemetery. There the provided priest of a hat with horines blessed the deceased, who was buried underneath a pile of straw. dolientes that remained in the cemetery, remained slept, to remove to blows or kicks to the unfortunate deceased. The game finalizes with moans of the dolientes and howls of the dogs that notice of I throw after the wizards have left with hers. Minga minga was a custom say to emphasize the time, because it reflected the disposition of the men of the place to help its resemblances in works such as: destonque, deschampe, sowing, earthing-up, etc. The owner of house asked for the aid of several neighbors to carry out in a day a certain work.
The assistant was paid with abundant food and came; but, in addition, the days were changed, that is to say, had to be helped mutually. Exceptionally, when minga was destronque, the owner of house prepared a dance for the mingueros, as a form to finish off the work and to thank for his neighbors. Fisca was called fisca to a twig divided in four equal strips in one of its ends, which were separated of others by means of a wedge. She was used in extraction of sprocket wheels, crabs, pancoras, jaivas, etc., to certain depth of the sea. Generally, the fisqueadores used the canoe (wood dug with boat form) to realise this activity. The fishing to the kitchen boy and with corrals first was realised with certain frequency and consisted of hide-and-seek the boat of a certain place to catch with strip of cloth certain preferred fish, especially the mountain range. That one constituted the favorite fish of the villagers and the one of greater abundance at the time. On the other hand, the fishing with corrals consisted of catching the fish with walls of stone or wood, those that locked up a determined place of the beach.
The stone corrals were raised, generally, in the coasts bathed by the open sea. On the contrary, in the bay the twig corrals were constructed, those that were maintained by firm called wood bases metrenquen. The pejerreyes, seas bass and sometimes mountain ranges were the fish that most frequently catched themselves in the stone corrals as much as of twigs. The products of the fishing happened to comprise of the feeding of villager or sold by money or changed by other products that lacked in the house. The curantos Generally, once finished the activity of marisca, the families get ready to prepares traditional curanto to cook in better form the extracted seafood. The owner of house with their children majors came to make an Earth hole or to clean previously already done. Soon they loaded curanto with firewood and stones and set fire to him. one hour or burned incessantly the firewood more, until the stones acquired a reddish color. When this happened everything was ready to cook products. Once scattered stones a circle with branches around them was constructed. Later the firmest seafood like clams, snails were placed, soon added themselves cholgas, culenes and navajuelas; also the Popes, vegetables, fish, milcaos and chapaleles. All this covered with pangues and champas. Curanto was ready after one hour or a little more baking Original author and source of article