Bird is the word!
Me and my tent buddy Elina had enough food to feed the both of us even if the other had dropped all of theirs into a lake.
Birds are awesome. You feel a sense of peace when observing their flight patterns and appearance.
How does one pitch a tent in a 33 meters per second wind? And how does one try this out in Jämsä?
Another excellent pro tip heard on this trek was merino wool doesn't smell, it's the person wearing it. The night in a warm tent with the ice booming underneath was, in a word, hysterical.
We're learning about cooking on an open fire and fortunately the school also provides test subjects for us.
Your favorite outdoor life coach is back again! Let us return to early Autumn and to school week number two. My teacher sent us a message via Wilma that we're going on an overnight hike to Isojärvi National Park on Tuesday. We decide on a route, a place to stay and at least one meal … Continue reading Would you spend the night in the woods with me?
But I didn't get into this just for fun.
Mmmm, food. Which was priority number one on our field trip to Isojärvi National Park. The hike wasn't long because we wanted to spend most of the day in the caverns of Valkulamminvuori and cooking them delicious meals! When I was planning this day, I had a much, much longer hike in mind but since … Continue reading 16/100: A food voyage to Kuorejärvi
I had the honor to be the group's leader on this virgin voyage.
I was to look for and photograph different sorts of forest types
As I'm typing this I'm recovering from today's lecture, which was give to us by Jaakko "Wild Jack" Heikka. On the record, it was a lecture on productization and how well that's been implemented in his Ankarat Avotunturit (Ruthless Fells) package. The whole program was comprehensive and well thought out. Off the record, there was … Continue reading Learn to ski with Korpi-Jaakko