A long time ago, there was no money. There were no kings, no rules and no borders. We lived as hunters and gatherers, and we were free. Yes, at times life was hard. Death could come swiftly. But no matter what kind of misfortune life threw in our faces, we were free. And there were times when we thrived and even had time for art and music.
Ever since I was a child, I’ve loved spending time in the woods. Now that I’m a father, I can enjoy the company of my kids and also teach them the art of bushcrafting. We’re very lucky to have the woods right behind our house – the forest has always been a natural part of our lives and a place where we feel at home. Here’s a video from our latest adventure – enjoy!
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