Endowed with fauna and flora, wise residents and ambitious landowners, Uauá is one village of Bahia’s backland at the time.
During the seasons of the year preceding a great drought, the harvest always gave enough to fill the people’s bellies because they already knew the best way to extract their livelihood from the land.
At night in those seasons of the year, the loud singing of the overwatch “sleepwalkers” birds guided dwellers that lived at remote places. Those birds are capable to detect threats far away, helping the people mobility, after all, there was no electrical energy.
Even with fertile soil, the supplies also came from other villages or through brave merchants that risk crosses the backlands during the traditional fair day, usually on Sunday morning.
At normal days to the country people of Uauá, after ending all house’s activities, usually at late afternoon, was common to the residents gather together around the bonfire at the houses front and, under the protection of “sleepwalkers” birds, they talked about news and shared tales about the region’s myths and legends, like the reason to exist great sandstorm covering some places of Uauá.
ANow, even if less populated, Uaua still holds the memories of the people that once lived there, especially from older citizens like Miss Firmina and mister Tiao, and sustain itself in the hope and strength of the young, like the impetuous Cícera
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