This family is part of a larger Gypsy camp of 10 tents; you can see all the generations together. The kids don’t attend school regularly, and there is no ‘retirement pension’ for them when they get old. They take care of each other. If the men don’t have enough smith work, they collect scrap metal in the villages which they later sell in the city recycling facility, earning them a little extra money. The women collect walnuts from roadside trees to have for the winter.