Back to the fire. Annie suggests that they build a giant signal fire, which you can see for miles. I guess it's more reliable than the jammed radio, but Siberia is a bigger place than just "miles." Daniel comes out of the cabin and gets the news from Joyce. He joins the group that's going to go get wood. And Miljan is shown sitting alone. He sneaks into the cabin with Irene and looks up at the stationary camera in the corner. He walks up to it and carefully puts his jacket over it, which seems like a waste of time. I mean, it's not going to record his actions, but it will be obvious that whatever happens in the cabin will have been done by Miljan.
Sabina creeps through the woods. As she does. She examines the trap that got Irene and pulls the arrow out of the deer head. Then she grabs the bow.
Sam catches Miljan coming out of Irene's cabin. He tells Miljan to stop screwing around and help with the bonfire. Out in the woods, Daniel apologizes to Joyce for busting her. Everyone's carrying large tree trunks back to the campsite so they can be sawed into bits for the fire. They should have done this much earlier! And it's getting cold and rainy as the fire gets put together.
Sam goes into a cabin and finds a leather-bound notebook of the kind sold by Barnes & Noble. You know the ones with the really long strip of leather that wraps around it? He investigates. Then he confronts Miljan about it, asking how come he has a notebook full of Russian if he doesn't speak it? Miljan tries to attack him, but Sam is a big guy with experience, so Miljan just bounces off ineffectually. He keeps trying, though, and everyone runs in to get involved.
After they're separated, Miljan yanks back his book. He explains that he found it in the ground, and he's not happy about Johnny and Joyce flipping through it. He repeats that he doesn't read Russian and I should remind you that he's supposed to be a DJ from Montenegro. And Montenegrin isn't Russian, but it at least uses the Cyrillic alphabet, so I bet he could figure out a word or two. Anyway, Sam has it and he's puzzling it out: "Our guides were frightened by the sight of the abandoned… outpost. Fearing what they called the… valley man." No one likes the sound of these valley men. It's dated 1927 and it's signed by someone called Kulik. Miljan is quite a distance away, and he's pacing and getting farther away. Neeko doesn't care about any of this, because he wants to build a giant fire.