OT: July, slow & peaceful family vacation in a remote location... [photo intensive]

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OT: July, slow & peaceful family vacation in a remote location... [photo intensive]

PiterM
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September 27th, 2017, 8:29 am #1

Hello M8s!

Summer (and early fall) is a special time for our family. We usually go into remote places, where we can really enjoy peaceful nature and slow life without internet, TV and mobiles phones (no cellular network there... amazing, isn't it?). BTW, that was a place, which was the first vacation location for our son (he was 3 MONTHS old at that time). That brought back some nice memories... so anyway, enjoy couple of pics!

General views of that area:











Morning coffee... yeah, that's my wife and our host, she's easily one of the most friendly people we've ever met:



Local rabbits & ducks... kids love them, of course! Me too, especially next to mashed potatoes







Rainy day? No problem, it's a great time for wood working lesson! He challenged me with 'lawn mower' project so we did this:







OK, some random shots:













And my family:









Herbs gathering (to bring back to our garden):



Cross-country family biking... that's what we really LOVE to do there:





This area is famous for old wooden orthodox churches, some are couple of hundreds years old and all of them are absolutely stunning inside!







Evening campfire... kids love that!







Hiking tools...



Our team (us and friends) on a trail:







Oh, and they still use horses for logging in the mountains:



And last but not least... us in the garden:



Cheers!
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September 27th, 2017, 1:22 pm #2

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September 27th, 2017, 2:18 pm #3

Hello M8s!

Summer (and early fall) is a special time for our family. We usually go into remote places, where we can really enjoy peaceful nature and slow life without internet, TV and mobiles phones (no cellular network there... amazing, isn't it?). BTW, that was a place, which was the first vacation location for our son (he was 3 MONTHS old at that time). That brought back some nice memories... so anyway, enjoy couple of pics!

General views of that area:











Morning coffee... yeah, that's my wife and our host, she's easily one of the most friendly people we've ever met:



Local rabbits & ducks... kids love them, of course! Me too, especially next to mashed potatoes







Rainy day? No problem, it's a great time for wood working lesson! He challenged me with 'lawn mower' project so we did this:







OK, some random shots:













And my family:









Herbs gathering (to bring back to our garden):



Cross-country family biking... that's what we really LOVE to do there:





This area is famous for old wooden orthodox churches, some are couple of hundreds years old and all of them are absolutely stunning inside!







Evening campfire... kids love that!







Hiking tools...



Our team (us and friends) on a trail:







Oh, and they still use horses for logging in the mountains:



And last but not least... us in the garden:



Cheers!
p
great photos, thanks for sharing. do you mind if i ask what camera and lense you use to get these amazing shots?

peter
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September 27th, 2017, 2:37 pm #4

Hello M8s!

Summer (and early fall) is a special time for our family. We usually go into remote places, where we can really enjoy peaceful nature and slow life without internet, TV and mobiles phones (no cellular network there... amazing, isn't it?). BTW, that was a place, which was the first vacation location for our son (he was 3 MONTHS old at that time). That brought back some nice memories... so anyway, enjoy couple of pics!

General views of that area:











Morning coffee... yeah, that's my wife and our host, she's easily one of the most friendly people we've ever met:



Local rabbits & ducks... kids love them, of course! Me too, especially next to mashed potatoes







Rainy day? No problem, it's a great time for wood working lesson! He challenged me with 'lawn mower' project so we did this:







OK, some random shots:













And my family:









Herbs gathering (to bring back to our garden):



Cross-country family biking... that's what we really LOVE to do there:





This area is famous for old wooden orthodox churches, some are couple of hundreds years old and all of them are absolutely stunning inside!







Evening campfire... kids love that!







Hiking tools...



Our team (us and friends) on a trail:







Oh, and they still use horses for logging in the mountains:



And last but not least... us in the garden:



Cheers!
p
If you don't mind me asking, which location is that? POland?

Also, nice tools (knife, backpack etc) who makes them?

Thanks for sharing, looked like a true vacation, immersed in nature.

BEst,
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Acro-Pilot
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September 27th, 2017, 4:14 pm #5

Hello M8s!

Summer (and early fall) is a special time for our family. We usually go into remote places, where we can really enjoy peaceful nature and slow life without internet, TV and mobiles phones (no cellular network there... amazing, isn't it?). BTW, that was a place, which was the first vacation location for our son (he was 3 MONTHS old at that time). That brought back some nice memories... so anyway, enjoy couple of pics!

General views of that area:











Morning coffee... yeah, that's my wife and our host, she's easily one of the most friendly people we've ever met:



Local rabbits & ducks... kids love them, of course! Me too, especially next to mashed potatoes







Rainy day? No problem, it's a great time for wood working lesson! He challenged me with 'lawn mower' project so we did this:







OK, some random shots:













And my family:









Herbs gathering (to bring back to our garden):



Cross-country family biking... that's what we really LOVE to do there:





This area is famous for old wooden orthodox churches, some are couple of hundreds years old and all of them are absolutely stunning inside!







Evening campfire... kids love that!







Hiking tools...



Our team (us and friends) on a trail:







Oh, and they still use horses for logging in the mountains:



And last but not least... us in the garden:



Cheers!
p
Amazing share and fantastic pictures!!! TFS, Piter! nt
- Peter

So much more than just a watch!
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September 27th, 2017, 5:34 pm #6

Hello M8s!

Summer (and early fall) is a special time for our family. We usually go into remote places, where we can really enjoy peaceful nature and slow life without internet, TV and mobiles phones (no cellular network there... amazing, isn't it?). BTW, that was a place, which was the first vacation location for our son (he was 3 MONTHS old at that time). That brought back some nice memories... so anyway, enjoy couple of pics!

General views of that area:











Morning coffee... yeah, that's my wife and our host, she's easily one of the most friendly people we've ever met:



Local rabbits & ducks... kids love them, of course! Me too, especially next to mashed potatoes







Rainy day? No problem, it's a great time for wood working lesson! He challenged me with 'lawn mower' project so we did this:







OK, some random shots:













And my family:









Herbs gathering (to bring back to our garden):



Cross-country family biking... that's what we really LOVE to do there:





This area is famous for old wooden orthodox churches, some are couple of hundreds years old and all of them are absolutely stunning inside!







Evening campfire... kids love that!







Hiking tools...



Our team (us and friends) on a trail:







Oh, and they still use horses for logging in the mountains:



And last but not least... us in the garden:



Cheers!
p
Always enjoy these. Thank you for taking us along again





Cheers
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hesalitedome
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September 27th, 2017, 7:32 pm #7

Hello M8s!

Summer (and early fall) is a special time for our family. We usually go into remote places, where we can really enjoy peaceful nature and slow life without internet, TV and mobiles phones (no cellular network there... amazing, isn't it?). BTW, that was a place, which was the first vacation location for our son (he was 3 MONTHS old at that time). That brought back some nice memories... so anyway, enjoy couple of pics!

General views of that area:











Morning coffee... yeah, that's my wife and our host, she's easily one of the most friendly people we've ever met:



Local rabbits & ducks... kids love them, of course! Me too, especially next to mashed potatoes







Rainy day? No problem, it's a great time for wood working lesson! He challenged me with 'lawn mower' project so we did this:







OK, some random shots:













And my family:









Herbs gathering (to bring back to our garden):



Cross-country family biking... that's what we really LOVE to do there:





This area is famous for old wooden orthodox churches, some are couple of hundreds years old and all of them are absolutely stunning inside!







Evening campfire... kids love that!







Hiking tools...



Our team (us and friends) on a trail:







Oh, and they still use horses for logging in the mountains:



And last but not least... us in the garden:



Cheers!
p
Stunning photos of a wonderful place, family, and friends.

Love the Chris Reeve folder (Insingo?) and one piece knife (I have a few of these discontinued beauties)!

What a great example of a family vacation -- inspiring!

John
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PiterM
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September 27th, 2017, 8:16 pm #8

Hello M8s!

Summer (and early fall) is a special time for our family. We usually go into remote places, where we can really enjoy peaceful nature and slow life without internet, TV and mobiles phones (no cellular network there... amazing, isn't it?). BTW, that was a place, which was the first vacation location for our son (he was 3 MONTHS old at that time). That brought back some nice memories... so anyway, enjoy couple of pics!

General views of that area:











Morning coffee... yeah, that's my wife and our host, she's easily one of the most friendly people we've ever met:



Local rabbits & ducks... kids love them, of course! Me too, especially next to mashed potatoes







Rainy day? No problem, it's a great time for wood working lesson! He challenged me with 'lawn mower' project so we did this:







OK, some random shots:













And my family:









Herbs gathering (to bring back to our garden):



Cross-country family biking... that's what we really LOVE to do there:





This area is famous for old wooden orthodox churches, some are couple of hundreds years old and all of them are absolutely stunning inside!







Evening campfire... kids love that!







Hiking tools...



Our team (us and friends) on a trail:







Oh, and they still use horses for logging in the mountains:



And last but not least... us in the garden:



Cheers!
p
First of all thanks for kind words! That is of course Poland, highland area called Beskid Niski. If you’re looking for a place, where time stopped 60 years ago... this is one of the best places to go. Highest peak in this area is called Lackowa (hair below 1000m above sea level) and it’s a bread day trip from where we stayed. And as I said no mobile coverage.

Photography gear? Most pics taken with Fuji X-T2 and just two lenses: 16mm f/1.4 and 56mm f/1.2 (ff equivalents of 24mm and 85mm). And all ‚hike & bike’ pics taken with Fuji X30, which is couple of years old compact camera! But it still delivers! Pic of the horses under a tree (with mentionned before Lackowa peak in the background) was taken with that X30

Outdoor gear:
- small biking pack: Camelbak MULE gen.2
- big daypack: Prometheus Deaign Werx SHADO (reveiwed by me at www.packconfig.com)
- axe: Council Tool Saddle Axe (cool tool, but that double edged axe needs really some experience, not a sunday camper’s tool for sure)
- fixed blade: 1-off Chris Reeve colab with me called Scout (I reground the blade of Ubejane and Chris put new finish, coating, edge, etc)
- folder: Chris Reeve Inkosi with Insingo blade and micarta inlays
- pocket knife: Titanium custom Victorinox Farmer
- outdoor gloves: Hestra Skulman
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September 27th, 2017, 9:14 pm #9

I have large Sebenzas in Regular and pointy Classic but no Insingo. Do you find the blade shape useful Piter? More rounded like a Panerai, just to stay on topic?
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September 27th, 2017, 10:38 pm #10

Well, got two regulars as well and standard Inkosi. But that Insingo blade is so good at food processing and whittling. And that small swedge is very effective at throwing sparks with ferrocerium rod! So it's the only Chris Reeve, which can be used for fire starting in the field (without employing the actual cutting edge).

And here's what I mean exactly:



It's a great outdoor tool that can do much more than just cutting. Hey, what's not to like about it?

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hesalitedome
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September 28th, 2017, 1:11 am #11

That looks like the large Inkosi Insingo -- didn't know those were available! I'd love to own an Insingo (wharncliff) blade style at some point and the large Inkosi may well be the way to go!

John
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September 28th, 2017, 1:29 am #12

Hello M8s!

Summer (and early fall) is a special time for our family. We usually go into remote places, where we can really enjoy peaceful nature and slow life without internet, TV and mobiles phones (no cellular network there... amazing, isn't it?). BTW, that was a place, which was the first vacation location for our son (he was 3 MONTHS old at that time). That brought back some nice memories... so anyway, enjoy couple of pics!

General views of that area:











Morning coffee... yeah, that's my wife and our host, she's easily one of the most friendly people we've ever met:



Local rabbits & ducks... kids love them, of course! Me too, especially next to mashed potatoes







Rainy day? No problem, it's a great time for wood working lesson! He challenged me with 'lawn mower' project so we did this:







OK, some random shots:













And my family:









Herbs gathering (to bring back to our garden):



Cross-country family biking... that's what we really LOVE to do there:





This area is famous for old wooden orthodox churches, some are couple of hundreds years old and all of them are absolutely stunning inside!







Evening campfire... kids love that!







Hiking tools...



Our team (us and friends) on a trail:







Oh, and they still use horses for logging in the mountains:



And last but not least... us in the garden:



Cheers!
p
Lovely pics ! Thanks for taking us along ! Just Beautiful!!!
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hawaiiantimer
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September 28th, 2017, 3:21 am #13

Hello M8s!

Summer (and early fall) is a special time for our family. We usually go into remote places, where we can really enjoy peaceful nature and slow life without internet, TV and mobiles phones (no cellular network there... amazing, isn't it?). BTW, that was a place, which was the first vacation location for our son (he was 3 MONTHS old at that time). That brought back some nice memories... so anyway, enjoy couple of pics!

General views of that area:











Morning coffee... yeah, that's my wife and our host, she's easily one of the most friendly people we've ever met:



Local rabbits & ducks... kids love them, of course! Me too, especially next to mashed potatoes







Rainy day? No problem, it's a great time for wood working lesson! He challenged me with 'lawn mower' project so we did this:







OK, some random shots:













And my family:









Herbs gathering (to bring back to our garden):



Cross-country family biking... that's what we really LOVE to do there:





This area is famous for old wooden orthodox churches, some are couple of hundreds years old and all of them are absolutely stunning inside!







Evening campfire... kids love that!







Hiking tools...



Our team (us and friends) on a trail:







Oh, and they still use horses for logging in the mountains:



And last but not least... us in the garden:



Cheers!
p
TFS- the family is growing fast!

Mahalos,

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flyfishtahoe
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September 28th, 2017, 3:37 am #14

Hello M8s!

Summer (and early fall) is a special time for our family. We usually go into remote places, where we can really enjoy peaceful nature and slow life without internet, TV and mobiles phones (no cellular network there... amazing, isn't it?). BTW, that was a place, which was the first vacation location for our son (he was 3 MONTHS old at that time). That brought back some nice memories... so anyway, enjoy couple of pics!

General views of that area:











Morning coffee... yeah, that's my wife and our host, she's easily one of the most friendly people we've ever met:



Local rabbits & ducks... kids love them, of course! Me too, especially next to mashed potatoes







Rainy day? No problem, it's a great time for wood working lesson! He challenged me with 'lawn mower' project so we did this:







OK, some random shots:













And my family:









Herbs gathering (to bring back to our garden):



Cross-country family biking... that's what we really LOVE to do there:





This area is famous for old wooden orthodox churches, some are couple of hundreds years old and all of them are absolutely stunning inside!







Evening campfire... kids love that!







Hiking tools...



Our team (us and friends) on a trail:







Oh, and they still use horses for logging in the mountains:



And last but not least... us in the garden:



Cheers!
p
Good lord that’s a nice twin hatchet. I have a soft side for nice steel and you have great taste. Phenomenal photos. Looks like a great trip.
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hesalitedome
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September 28th, 2017, 3:49 pm #15

Well, got two regulars as well and standard Inkosi. But that Insingo blade is so good at food processing and whittling. And that small swedge is very effective at throwing sparks with ferrocerium rod! So it's the only Chris Reeve, which can be used for fire starting in the field (without employing the actual cutting edge).

And here's what I mean exactly:



It's a great outdoor tool that can do much more than just cutting. Hey, what's not to like about it?

Piter, I see you have the Inkosi version of the Insingo blade. I'm interested to know why you chose this over the Sebenza version.
Thanks.
John
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AstorWilson
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September 28th, 2017, 4:51 pm #16

Hello M8s!

Summer (and early fall) is a special time for our family. We usually go into remote places, where we can really enjoy peaceful nature and slow life without internet, TV and mobiles phones (no cellular network there... amazing, isn't it?). BTW, that was a place, which was the first vacation location for our son (he was 3 MONTHS old at that time). That brought back some nice memories... so anyway, enjoy couple of pics!

General views of that area:











Morning coffee... yeah, that's my wife and our host, she's easily one of the most friendly people we've ever met:



Local rabbits & ducks... kids love them, of course! Me too, especially next to mashed potatoes







Rainy day? No problem, it's a great time for wood working lesson! He challenged me with 'lawn mower' project so we did this:







OK, some random shots:













And my family:









Herbs gathering (to bring back to our garden):



Cross-country family biking... that's what we really LOVE to do there:





This area is famous for old wooden orthodox churches, some are couple of hundreds years old and all of them are absolutely stunning inside!







Evening campfire... kids love that!







Hiking tools...



Our team (us and friends) on a trail:







Oh, and they still use horses for logging in the mountains:



And last but not least... us in the garden:



Cheers!
p
thanks for sharing!
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September 29th, 2017, 7:16 am #17

Hello M8s!

Summer (and early fall) is a special time for our family. We usually go into remote places, where we can really enjoy peaceful nature and slow life without internet, TV and mobiles phones (no cellular network there... amazing, isn't it?). BTW, that was a place, which was the first vacation location for our son (he was 3 MONTHS old at that time). That brought back some nice memories... so anyway, enjoy couple of pics!

General views of that area:











Morning coffee... yeah, that's my wife and our host, she's easily one of the most friendly people we've ever met:



Local rabbits & ducks... kids love them, of course! Me too, especially next to mashed potatoes







Rainy day? No problem, it's a great time for wood working lesson! He challenged me with 'lawn mower' project so we did this:







OK, some random shots:













And my family:









Herbs gathering (to bring back to our garden):



Cross-country family biking... that's what we really LOVE to do there:





This area is famous for old wooden orthodox churches, some are couple of hundreds years old and all of them are absolutely stunning inside!







Evening campfire... kids love that!







Hiking tools...



Our team (us and friends) on a trail:







Oh, and they still use horses for logging in the mountains:



And last but not least... us in the garden:



Cheers!
p
So nice. Thanks Pieter!
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September 29th, 2017, 12:58 pm #18

Hello M8s!

Summer (and early fall) is a special time for our family. We usually go into remote places, where we can really enjoy peaceful nature and slow life without internet, TV and mobiles phones (no cellular network there... amazing, isn't it?). BTW, that was a place, which was the first vacation location for our son (he was 3 MONTHS old at that time). That brought back some nice memories... so anyway, enjoy couple of pics!

General views of that area:











Morning coffee... yeah, that's my wife and our host, she's easily one of the most friendly people we've ever met:



Local rabbits & ducks... kids love them, of course! Me too, especially next to mashed potatoes







Rainy day? No problem, it's a great time for wood working lesson! He challenged me with 'lawn mower' project so we did this:







OK, some random shots:













And my family:









Herbs gathering (to bring back to our garden):



Cross-country family biking... that's what we really LOVE to do there:





This area is famous for old wooden orthodox churches, some are couple of hundreds years old and all of them are absolutely stunning inside!







Evening campfire... kids love that!







Hiking tools...



Our team (us and friends) on a trail:







Oh, and they still use horses for logging in the mountains:



And last but not least... us in the garden:



Cheers!
p
great photos...all postcards...
and love the idyllic life...
thanks for sharing...
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September 29th, 2017, 8:30 pm #19

Hello M8s!

Summer (and early fall) is a special time for our family. We usually go into remote places, where we can really enjoy peaceful nature and slow life without internet, TV and mobiles phones (no cellular network there... amazing, isn't it?). BTW, that was a place, which was the first vacation location for our son (he was 3 MONTHS old at that time). That brought back some nice memories... so anyway, enjoy couple of pics!

General views of that area:











Morning coffee... yeah, that's my wife and our host, she's easily one of the most friendly people we've ever met:



Local rabbits & ducks... kids love them, of course! Me too, especially next to mashed potatoes







Rainy day? No problem, it's a great time for wood working lesson! He challenged me with 'lawn mower' project so we did this:







OK, some random shots:













And my family:









Herbs gathering (to bring back to our garden):



Cross-country family biking... that's what we really LOVE to do there:





This area is famous for old wooden orthodox churches, some are couple of hundreds years old and all of them are absolutely stunning inside!







Evening campfire... kids love that!







Hiking tools...



Our team (us and friends) on a trail:







Oh, and they still use horses for logging in the mountains:



And last but not least... us in the garden:



Cheers!
p
Dizzy dobry Piter! I always love your posts. So inspiring to see you out there with the family. And what a great photographer you are. Lovely images, incredibly well executed. I felt like I was right there.

With all of your posts about Poland, I bet you're going to see an uptick on Polish backcountry adventures. You've sold me!


All the best,

- Paul from Canada....
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September 30th, 2017, 1:13 am #20

Hello M8s!

Summer (and early fall) is a special time for our family. We usually go into remote places, where we can really enjoy peaceful nature and slow life without internet, TV and mobiles phones (no cellular network there... amazing, isn't it?). BTW, that was a place, which was the first vacation location for our son (he was 3 MONTHS old at that time). That brought back some nice memories... so anyway, enjoy couple of pics!

General views of that area:











Morning coffee... yeah, that's my wife and our host, she's easily one of the most friendly people we've ever met:



Local rabbits & ducks... kids love them, of course! Me too, especially next to mashed potatoes







Rainy day? No problem, it's a great time for wood working lesson! He challenged me with 'lawn mower' project so we did this:







OK, some random shots:













And my family:









Herbs gathering (to bring back to our garden):



Cross-country family biking... that's what we really LOVE to do there:





This area is famous for old wooden orthodox churches, some are couple of hundreds years old and all of them are absolutely stunning inside!







Evening campfire... kids love that!







Hiking tools...



Our team (us and friends) on a trail:







Oh, and they still use horses for logging in the mountains:



And last but not least... us in the garden:



Cheers!
p
Beautiful blades! Love to see them!
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