A windy adventurous day in the Swedish mountains. I really enjoy these harsh weather conditions. The windchill factor, poor visibility and the drifting snow makes me feel alive and “out there”. It’s a way to test my level of awareness and how I use my knowledge.
If you did okey you now have a fire in front of you. You’ve hopefully been friends for a while, the fire and you. Your mind goes from being in the moment, listening to the wind, the sparks, the flames and from time to time your mind wanders off. You think about the people back home, the trail ahead and the comfy sleeping bag that you soon will be sleeping in. My hands and writing, @frilufts photo.
Early fire! Nurture it like a baby. Protect it from unwanted guest, feed it with the best there is around and let it grow when ready. Look at it, let it breath and give it your full attention. A fire like this is a treasure worth protecting. It will soon be ready to welcome you all with it’s sparkling sounds and dry surroundings. . My hands, @frilufts photo
Sparks. A new beginning, an idea and a vision of something bigger and warmer. A place to meet, tell stories from the past and make plans for tomorrow. Sparks that soon will transform into flames and heat your body, give you warm food and boiling coffee. . My hands, @frilufts image
Microadventure goes nano. This evening we go smaller and ask ourselves does size really matter? With smiles we go to bed on my balcony. “It’s about attitude and imagination more then great wilderness"
David and I had a playful day out in the archipelago. Great little islands with loads of treasures waiting to be found. @daheig took this photo seconds before I partly fell into the water in front of me.
Early morning walk at Galterö. David and I took one of the boats from Saltholmen to Brännö for another microadventure. We sick sacked the islands for some time, made a fire and even went for a quick dip in the ocean. Water temperature +4 degrees Celsius.
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