I've just come home after an AMAZING week in Femundsmarka!Seven days with Bushcraft- and survival expert Espen Evensen, who is also one of the kindest people I've ever met I've managed without any home-brought food (luckily @olagaard taught me a thing or two about mushrooms, and he caught a 4 kg Pike on day 6!) – I've only had berries, mushrooms and some fish (I caught a nice trout on day 4!). I've slept under a tarp the whole week, except one night under a big rock(!!). I've slept 5 of 7 nights without a sleeping bag (had a soft start), and on a Reindeer pelt. I've slept in hail, snow and rain, and managed to keep the campfire going all night long to stay warm. Espen has guided me through the whole week, and taught me to remember to prioritise even when you're hungry, tired and scared. He's also woken me up at 3 am (when it was snowing), to see if I was ok. You get cold feet and hands much easier when you haven't eaten properly in a while. I've also learned loads from Bushcraft- and survival enthusiast @ekornactual , who was with ut the first three days. All in all, a week I'll never forget!
#Revirbushcraft PS: I will of course be picture-spamming throughout the next week! So you have been warned
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Spending the night on my island. Almost starting to miss my summer home. Maby i'll make some improvements on camp tomorrow.