środa, 18 listopada 2015
Finland- weekend trip to Kurjenrahka National Park.
Here is the story. I work in Cumulus manufactury (we are making down sleeping bags and jackets) and some day I received e-mail from Aki about buing hydrophobic down (super cool filling by the way!). Of course it was possible and he bought it from us but I was intresed
Hammock! That is super imprortant thing. Becouse of this I went to Finland. I tested new hammock with ultralight underquilt and topquilt (Stay tuned! It will be the most effective system in Europe! Launching soon!).
- Do you know that it is not in the city? That it is in forest, it is a national park?- she asked.
- Yes I know, that is the place I am going to - I said.
I paid 20 EUR both ways and got about an hour to bus leave to Pori. I asked about any grociery shop nearby, did small shopping (so
Aki can not start a day without a coffe and it was first thing he prepared in the morning on his wood gas stove. I found out that this kind of stove is perfect for flight trips: you can take it as a carry on and you have got fuel everywhere. I prepared a hot tea to warm up a little. Day was cold, wet and foggy
I packed my things and started my trip along the Savojarvi lake. The track was realy nice even in that weather (but boards on which I was walking was very slippery and I had to be super focus). I was trying to make some pictures of wet spider web and birds (my lens was not long enough to catch them nicely). I did a short stop on Lakjarvi on
I finished my day on the Sarkijarvi lake. Set my hammock again, very comfortable this time, cooked pasta, drank tea and went sleep. I was hanging very next to the very clean field toilet and becouse of quite a strong rain in the night I kept all my stuff in it. Night was very nice, warm and I slept very well with rain played on my tarp like on drums.
Have a look at Aki's blog, it is worth to! http://akpojanblogi.blogspot.fi/