We humans put a great pressure on Earth, if we had to carry all our stuff, our impact on the planet would most likely be much smaller
Getting enough to drink and eat on a hike is one of the things that is often not considered important for inexperienced hikers
Strange how nature seems to know how to create an amazing amount of products we need, and we seems to know the opposite
Always learned there is no such thing as a free lunch – but on a hike a cold winter day I realized there might be one exception to this rule – Nature
Hiking can teach us to take better care of both our personal and global resources
Logbook 20. August 2018 – We are changing the way we relate and share through the use of technology
Logbook 16. Aug. 2018 – Time is such a strange thing. When hiking we define progress in steps taken in the right direction. Time seems to be something else
Hiking Logbook 15. August 2018, In a glimpse on the trail, a thought flicker through my mind – could it be, was that me?
Logbook 13. August 2018 – Both trails and relational eating can connect the back-country with life in the cities, to the benefits of all
Logbook 12. August 2018, Thoughts on combining hiking with finding wild food along the way
Paths, steps and choices are intertwined in both our language and our lives
Time hiker illustration
The problem of how money, as a measure of everything, ends up defining everything
Cash flow out in the landscapes of understanding
Dropping the egg timer run for a different logic
When short term solutions destroy long term benefits
Can you walk away from it?
Drawing: picking fruit along the trails
Drawing: taste the landscapes to relate better to the land
Nature is a brilliant and very experienced designer… she can be a great inspiration and guide to a more sustainable future
Learning about food on the trails
Are the benefits of walking so many that society would be better off, compensating people who chose to live their life on foot?
Learning from the Food is Free movement
How hiking can help make the world better
Helping biodiversity, locals and hikers at the same time by making the trails edible
Drawing about how we are running out of planet faster than the companies can pay out their bonuses
Should hikers become more active caretakers of nature?
Better trails, lighter packs and new friends – there’s a lot of good things about eating local when hiking
Thoughts and drawing about hiking as a shared experience