I’ve just finished making a small batch of our wooden cups and thought I’d share what goes in to the making of our Wild Spirit Drinking Vessels and Polaris Coffee Cups. These are our own versions of the traditional drinking vessel of the far north, the kuksa, guksi or noggin depending on where you’re from. We first encountered cups like this on a trek in the far north of Sweden; seeing hikers use these to scoop up icy water from mountain streams was one of the things that inspired me to pick up my axe and start making things from wood, eventually creating Miscellaneous Adventures.Read More
Welcome to the Logbook; a place for us to share our adventures, outdoor knowledge and campfire recipes, along with insights into the way we make our products and the work we do around our woodland studio.
One of the big challenges of undertaking a multi-day hike with a two year old in tow is figuring out how to carry said two year old plus camping gear, food and water for the three people for the duration of the trip. In this post we’ve detailed the gear we used during our three day hike along a section of the High Coast of Sweden in the hope it will help if you’re planning a similar adventure…Read More