Learning About Hot Tents and Woodstoves On The Winter Season Of The Friluftsliv Program In Vermont

The first of our three winter sessions for the Friluftsliv program in Vermont was this weekend. Students got to work on crafts in a warm canvas tent, learn a lot about the basics of living outdoors in The Northeast during the winter, get their first taste of the systems we use for backcountry travel in the wintertimeContinue reading “Learning About Hot Tents and Woodstoves On The Winter Season Of The Friluftsliv Program In Vermont”

Musings On Story Telling And The Poetry Of Old Objects

The New Twenty Footer And My Eighteen Foot “River Witch” for scale Today I picked up a twenty-foot E.M. White Guide Canoe from our friend Don Merchant at Pole And Paddle. She’s an old boat, likely from the ’30s or ’40s. That statement on its own contains all the “necessary” information when paired with pictures. ButContinue reading “Musings On Story Telling And The Poetry Of Old Objects”