shearch for kuksa, its traditional nordic cup and they are high quality when handmade. E. Koivumaa is Finnish brand which makes kuksas by hand. http://www.kuksaekoivumaa.fi/#English
Kuksas dry fast and you dont wash them, just clean them with pure water.
Camping in Norway
Literally want to move to Norway. Fucked up big time 5 years ago had a thing with a Norwegian girl who wanted me to go back there with her, didn't and have regretted it every minute since.
What's the /out/ like there? Hear it's pretty god tier
Quite diverse. Forest in the south. Taiga in the north.
Plenty of mountains millions of lakes and rivers. Very few people.
I'd like to move there but Norwegians are not very inclusive. Nice but distant.
So I dragged an old desk out into the woods to burn big whüp
and this was one of the best nights /out/ ever. i'm sorry you guise weren't there :[
oh gosh, thanks. last one, don't mean to spalm
Oh okay nice. I actually didn't really expect that. I'm in Georgia and it seems like the only way to have real, secluded campsites is by owning hunting property. Keep on taking cool pictures though, they're really nice.
Photos are awesome man btw. What sort of work is easy to get into there? I'm currently in personal training and security, would I be able to find much work in my current fields if I moved?
Also is the language difficult to learn? What things a necessary for moving there?
Pics aren't mine lol, thats some other guy from Norway, I just jumped in the middle of conversation.
Anyway, everything you need to know what do you need to come here is on this website www.udi.no and about job look up on this one www.nav.no
The language is difficult but not immposible, and the lessons are cheap.
I can't tell you about your profession but generaly it isnt that hard to find work here, even thou the job market is small, remember, Norway has only 5m inhabitants.
and what's on the other side of the hill there?
looks cumpfy though
alls i'm saying is it looks like a scene they'd come across in Se7en
This is small log yurt or something like that. I slept like a baby.
Well I don't know where you are staving in Italy, the best think is to look up the exact area and look up regulations about camping there because Italy is heavily regulated as is most og the europe. You can't pinch å tent everywhere and you can't light å fire everywhere, it all depends what did local autority decided about concerning place. Thats the best I can give you without location anon.
A few years ago, with my buddy. He wants to stay off the grid and would give me shit for posting this, so I blurred his face a bit. Man, his fire pits were awesome.
I know you're in Florida Peps, and if I was there I'd probably be feeling cumpfy with this pic, but I'm freezing my baltz off up in new england and the thought of being out near water today makes my blood curdle and clot in my veins
It's all good, I was freezing my balls off there tonight. It was straight frigid last night and tonight.
nigga it was that cold where I slept *inside* last night! made it really hard to get up in the morning. winter has a certain calm bruatlity which I find quite beautiful, but overall it sucks dogtits. especially when it's like 6 months long.
Best I could find. Obviously I should take more pictures when /out/
hm yes. i find that taking pitchers is fun and rewarding at the time, and then 2-3 years later suddenly those photos become really great to have. it's like having relics from a dream or something that bring you back. it takes a few years but man, that shit is valuable
>pic was 5 years ago
>took lots of pics, this one doesn't stand-out
>brings me right back to that day
>pic is suddenly best thing ever, like deja vu of a great dream you forgot you had
This desu senpai. I don't really care for the pictures I take too much, but looking back on them later on is an incredible feeling. I always wish I took more pictures when memories come back.
Sorry for bad quality, here's a better one.
Its a comfortable hammock, but i find the sides kinda cocoon over me. That can be fixed mostly by laying on a diagonal.
I think it would have been nicer to have the singlenest instead of the doublenest. Either way though, you'll get really comfy on it.
Also, if you don't have them, ENO makes things called atlas straps. It's just webbing with a bunch of loops so you can get your hammock up and at a good angle fast. And since its webbing (instead of rope) its much better for the trees.
Here is a comfy /out/ video I made
For sure man!
If you buy a hammock, ENO sells the guardian, which is a bug net. Basically you run your hammock through the net then sinch the ends of the net on the hammock (might sound weird, but it's extremely easy). And it has the noseeum mesh, so you still get airflow.
Now if your going to be using a hammock a lot for camping, id reccomend looking at Hennessy hammocks. (just fyi, i do not own a hennessy). They're a bit more pricey, but after buying a quality hammock, bug net and tarp, it'll probably be around the same price (give or take depending on what you buy). The benefit to the Hennessy is that it has a bug net and tarp built in, so it's a convenient and well thought out sytem. If you plan on using a hammock a lot, id look into them. YouTube has some nice videos.
I'd highly reccomend checking out http://theultimatehang.com/. It's a great site for hammock information.
Shugemery is a great youtuber to check out
If you have any other questions, feel free to ask.
from an artistic point of view it has little value. it doesn't even have hack photographer shit like shallow depth of field or rule of thirds. but you're not an artistic photographer and this isn't a forum for artists. your pic is fine.
holy shit, it's probably full of bugs but 10/10 would treecuddle
here's a couple cumpfy macros. a little fly enjoying his treehouse (which is actually a moss tendril)
and here's a nearly microscopic mite living on the pedals of an also tiny bluet. i watched him for awhile through the lens, he just walked around the pedals and underneath and back again like the Little Prince on his own little planet.
nice! it's a dream of mine to kayak a big swamp (everglades, okefenokee, etc) and sling my hammock up in the mangroves. do some fishin' and photoggin' and field recording
sadly unless i get a job doing this i'll probably never bea ble to fund it myself
Dunno how comfy it is. But its practically my backyard
Anyone else find wind and rain really comfy? Or is it just me?
some guy with a canada gosling in saint james park london
Three-hour long thunderstorm this summer in Cantal, France.
Trekking on peruvian mountains
>posting photos of haunted woods here
why would you do this ;_;
they arent haunted lol, its an abandoned road in Pennsylvania. extremely peaceful walking. Id like to talk a walk up there with fresh snow and take some pictures
kek, we do have some creepy places around here but ill save those for another thread
Dear name fag. you're lucky your more then 10 dollars worth of gas away from me...
Not to be a braggard, but try camping out on the ice in this temperature with 15mps wind
Dumping white mountains pics. Not particularly cozy but neat imo
This concludes the white mountains dump, I have a few more
Great thread! We need more threads like this here..
Some feedback to people contributing with pics; please name the location, it's frustrating seeing all these great pics and not knowing if I can include it in my next trip!
I was extra comfy this weekend :^)
Dis is a little hidden gem of a cabin somewhere on national forest lands. Owned by taxpayers, maintained by the community. It's free to stay in, no reservations, first come first serve.
It's about .5 mile snowshoe in, and it's comfy as fuck.
it's pretty awesome, but there are a couple things....
1: you might drive all the way up there and it's totally full, and you're screwed
2: it might be wrecked because city-bros don't give a fuck and trash the place
3: you don't get much privacy because skibros stop in there all day (but they typically smoke you out with some dank nuggets 420blazeit)
It's frowned upon to stay there for more than a couple days. Apparently some guy lived in one of these for 60 days last summer, and now has a lawsuit pending with the USFS because they evicted his stupid ass.
tl;dr: don't be a dick when you use these cabins...
snow-covered ponds like that always make me nervous. someone recently died in my area, drove out on it by accident
it's in tents
But she is crazy
That kind of crazy doesn't quite go away. Maybe she doesn't cut anymore, but she's still fucked in the head.
Source: I attract crazy girls and it sucks. I also attract old Latina women.
This is one of the most comfy places on the property I rent.
kinda dark, but here is one of the shelters in maryland i stayed at when i thru'd the AT last year
>tfw ended up taking a zero the next day there because of monsoon tier rain rolling through
>tfw eigth of weed and read my kindle all day with the pitter patter of rain against the tin roof
>nice in any way
Wew lad, it's like a smaller version of Edmonton next to an ocean. Bus system a shit, urban sprawl is appalling, hospital has a terrible reputation and it's full of cocaine-addicted whores. If there wasn't a ferry to Vancouver and a highway nearby people wouldn't go there. That being said, the "university" does have a good jazz program.
Sometimes I set up here when I'm not able to get out to the woods for a few days. Pretty comfy backyard with all that thick grass and homeade firepit. Not much light pollution and noise.
I worked for 6 months at this little agricultural center called Punta Mona in Costa Rica on the pacific side one summer for 6 months. It was paradise. Miss it terribly.
here's the kitchen
bunkhouse bungalow with plenty of mosquito nets
comfy as fuck lounge on the second floor in another building for guests
how about spooky out pics?
or "oh shit, why did i climb all the way up here" pics
this is south zapata lake in the sangre de christos range in colorado, which I assume is mexican for "comfy lake"
weird landslide tree formation, not super comfy
sunrise or sunset, idk.
that's all for now
honestly living in costa rica, the mosquitos weren't bad at all. In fact, there were hardly any during the day especially since we were near the ocean but even inland as well. They mostly are more active at night so you just have to prop up a mosquito net and it's all good.
from old phone, returning from night /out/ing in the forest
Hello, I'm a finnbro too. I have a question, what do you have under you in that pic? I never sleep in my hammock in the winter (or autumn either) because it always gets cold as balls from under. Do you have a sleeping pad in your hammock?
>YWN live in a comfy canadian cabin with an uguu polar bear as a neighbor
That certain quiet that can only be obtained at sunrise on a sunday in some industrial area. Freight trains off in the distance, the occaisional crotch rocket hauling ass down the street across the lake.
That actually sounds (literally) great.
Train horns were actually developed to have a melodious tone that could be distinguished from a regular truck horn. /n/ had a thread about them with a really cool interview with the creator. Dude had a big ass piece of land to blare horns that he tested.
I also enjoy hearing a performance motor revving out.
It soothes me.
This looks so friggin relaxing
Same for this. Love the dichotomy of hot and cold, fire and ice
Sweet mother of fuck, that does look comfy.
This is NZ
view from my cabin last spring with faithful motor steed and dog
Well it was something about the volcanic soil that made it difficult for trees to re-establish themselves. Maybe overgrazing is a problem too, like it is in Scotland. If it weren't for deer, rabbits and sheep the Caledonian forest would have grown back centuries ago.
No sauce, sorry. Sagas, though. Read 'em all.
Your eye peeking out is really cute.
Oh golly gee that's green. I just got shivers.
What you cooking/boiling?
Are they in love? He looks stupidly in love.
You from Indiana?
Sounds like a nice weekend. I would love that solitude.
He is giving you the stink eye.
Haven't seen it yet. But actually it reminds me of The Tree of Life, which was shot by Emmanuel Lubezki as well. Didn't know he shot Revenant but guessed it immediately once you said that.
i love sleeping on the back of my truck. I actually do this 4 times a week because I work so far away from home and who the hell has $120 per night to spare on accommodation?
Pic related. It's close to what I have, but not exactly right. I have much more aggressive tyres than that, plus two long tool boxes down each side that I sleep in between - nice and cosy. I have a quickly-erectable tarp system for when it rains.
Trail I was hiking in Oregon. Found a nice fallen tree right by a creek and ended up reading Game of Thrones for hours about a half mile from where this pic was taken. Oregon forests are super comfy.