I hope you are doing well. It has been a while since I send you my last update on my Wilderness Experience stories. There has simply been another focus. Not an excuse of course, but at least an explanation 🙂
The last story I shared in April of this year was my personal “Running Down a Deer” story. How I went through my lowest point and came out on the other side, enjoying running and tracking and building stamina. And also the second part of that story: My Personal Highlight: Walking Down a Deer.. 😉
This time, I’m going more into the technicalities: my outfit and gear.
Just to give you a bit of an idea about the temperatures we had during the two months:
highest daily temperature 16 °C (61 °F)
lowest daily temperature -28 °C (-19 °F)
Do you want to go on an adventure too?
I briefly mention it in the video: I’m excited to announce a shorter wilderness experience in Sweden in the beginning of next year (mid Jan until mid February)! First, we’ll have two weeks of preparation from home, and then two weeks following Wolves through the forest. If you’re interested to learn more, check out our event page or write to firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d love to see you there!
Also, I’m intensively writing on my book on the experience, and hope to be done with it Summer/Fall of 2021. So if you’re longing for more stories: they’re coming!
If you missed any of my previous stories, you can find them here:
- My personal Highlight of Running Down a Deer
- Running Down a Deer
- I’m coming home
- Why the hell would anyone go into the wilderness?