More than 40-thousand Syrians have crossed into Turkey.
A steady stream of refugees cross into Turkey from Syria.
The border is important as a route for to evacuate the injured and as a supply line for food and medicine.
However, even fighters cross into Turkey, not for shelter, but to collect supplies.
The Turkish military keep a close watch on the border, but they are turning a blind eye on what is going on.
For the Syrian free army footpaths through a forest are a lifeline.
Al Jazeera's Andrew Simmons reports from Antakya, on the Syrian Turkish border.