It's been a very intensive heritage tour to the South Eastern of Poland! Now when I look back I wonder how could we manage to do so much in only 6 days????? There was a very productive genealogy research in the local archives and Civil Regisration Offices.. We toured the former Ukrainian villages of Szczawne, Kulaszne, Kamienne, Plonna, Lukowe, Mokre, Kalnica, Komancza, Bukowsko and even more! We reseached old Ukrainian cemeteries to find the gravesites of the relatives (success!!).... We did sightseeing in Sanok Skansen to see the 18-19th century houses of local Ukrainians (and not only)... The night views of Sanok will never be forgotten as well as running away from a HUGE shepherd dog in Kalnica when looking for the ancestral plot .... Only later we realized the dog would not actually be able to reach us :) There were also high rubber boots to be safe from local vipers in the bushes....Wonderful Polish and Ukrainian food for every breakfast, lunch and dinner....and Zubrowka - Bison Grass Vodka....unforgettable Kamienne Village Safari in UAZ - a Soviet 4-wheel drive since 1980..... meeting so many local people in EVERY village and their kindness...... even going to Sunday morning service in one of the Ukrainian churches.... We finally got to breathtaking Krakow to take the flight from there ... The pictures can't show it all, unfortunately, hope they show at least a bit... It was quite an extreme trip, I rarely meet vipers and shepherd dogs :) Wonderful memories matter!