Shit parts for Shit Bike..

 7 euro 17 T cog - 6 euro Sram pc 1 chain and a used Sugino 51 ring..

Trash bag

Found more out door gear on my ramblings.

Old 80's "Caravan" sleeping bag..

Bit bulky but might be usefull for casual camping..

Like the colours though.. 


Faking it..

Dirt Bag

Ten minutes before finding this i thought to myself that I need
some loaner backpack for the next camping trip with the kids..

The Junk God allways come trough..

Took a knife and strpped it from some of the bullshit
straps and what nots.. 

Waaaay to many zippers, there's four only in the lid!
If you need that many comparments to keep your stuff
Lid pocket is for map/snacks/phone and thats about it..

 The bag it self is a damn zipper nest but hey it's
free so yeah..

Eiffel crane

Done. Might dab some paint on the alu bit and
switching the cable to a cloth covered one..

It can swing sideways, super usefull for precision cuisine.. (No not really but it adds to it..)

Artistic pic that hides the mess that is my kitchen..

Junk Lamp

Work in progress.. Kitchen lamp / IKEA mash up.

Need some more of my trademark eiffeling on the sides..

Breaking it down. L-M-A

So during juni cheated six times and slept inside, two at home, due to super shitty wheater/ work.
Four nights was spent at some one elses place, wich is important to..

I worked 17 nights, some day-evening shifts to.. After work i hopped on the bike and went to the Rain camp for a couple of hours of sleep, or just strung up the hammock some where if the wheater was ok.

I spent some afternoons at home with the kids who where visiting from out of town, hanging out, dinner stuff etc. And some afternoons washing up, refilling on food, swapping out gear, cat feeding etc before going to work at 21:00

Typically i woke up around eleven/twelwe (after a nightshift) Eating some breakfast, then of to a lake
for some reading-napping-bathing before going to work.. Over cast days i did a lot of biking/hiking/dicking around.

Free time/ days off work i spent mostly out  in Tyresta national park, biking out and then hiking the trails around the lakes, reading, taking naps samey stuff etc, then setting up camp for the night some where..

The main reason for this linked micro adventure* thing turning out so good is that the wheater has been pretty awesome, I think i had three or four rainy mornings that cleared up after a while. some random drizzles while out hiking amd one random hail storm..

Conclusion- Good times where had, Would do again.

*L-M-A..Linked Micro Adventures

June Kit List

Iv'e done a lot of switching out gear/picking up stuff
depending on my plan for the day or the wheater but anyways.

Ferst, my basic gear: 
35L back pack and sleeping bag, MSR pocket rocket inside a Trangia kettle.
The gas canister fits inside a old tin cup. Some food stuff.
Purple thing is a cheap Ebay hammock, Black thing is a beanie, crucial if you dont want to wake 
up 03:44 when the sun goes up, It keeps the bugs away to..

Small stuff: Tripod/camera remote and headlamp, knife, lighter, small pouch for wallet and keys
dopp kit and a book and a journal for notes etc..

Extra clothes, If it gest chilly at night..
Rain/wind jacket, I dump that if the forecast looks ok..

Water bottles: I have a lot  of these stashed at the food caches.
The water around here is ok to drink but, well it's fun to hide stuff..

Some time stuff: I used this pad/tarp combo once.
I have a old inflatable sleeping pad in the Rain Camp
and use the hamock otherwise.. I have sleept on the ground to and
it's not that bad really, i like it, makes me feel like just another wild thing in the forest..
The orange thing is a small tarp just to keep the rain of my head..


Super hangry yesterday and had one bag of the freeze dried crap left..
But going trough the foodstash I found these items, bacon and a can of croissant dough..

What if...

At this point I feel like I'm inventing the wheel or something, this is going to be brilliant!
10.000 cave man points collected..

It tastes as good as it looks, honestly.. If i would go on a thirty day unsuported trek
i would bring thirty packs of bacon and thirty cans of dough and only eat that 
and let the 5000 calories or what ever burn me trough the day..

Stuff I miss right now: Nothing really.


Since I'm no stranger to buying over priced gear i got this crap..
Moment case and lens to replace my DSLR that i never use, It's just to big to tote 
around and most of the time it's just dead weight in my pack..

Pretty sure that it won't make me take
 better pictures but so far 
i like it..

Wolf Mother..

Now with fenders..
The rear will probably rattle of, just stuck it there with a bolt..

Not sure if I'm digging the look though. 

Rain Camp

More of the same.. Adding some bits everyday

Biolite Stove

Biolite. Been running this for a while and i can honestly say that i don't like it..
On every point my regular MSR pocker rocket stove set up wins.
Ease of use-size-speed etc.. 

The only thing the Biolite has going for it self is that it can create a camp fire feel on 
places where making a fire would be a bad idea or unsafe, plus the it uses very little
fire wood, you can run it on twigs and wood chips.

It's just a cool piece of gear and a conversation piece..