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  • Episode 12 on the traditional log cabin build.
    I just graduated from high school and want a big challenge in life. I decided that I alone with only hand tools and raw power was going to build my own traditional off grid log cabin by hand in the Swedish forest.
    In this episode I am pealing all the final logs for the log cabin by hand. Now all the logs are prepared and ready to be built in.
    Next episode I will start the build again for this year!!
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  • Kelly Miller
    Kelly Miller Vor year +39

    I have only just discovered your videos. I so admire your calm, persevering spirit, your skills and strength. Just watching you build your cabin is therapeutic and almost like meditation. I am now 73 years old and living in the US amid this covid pandemic and pretty well confined to my home. Watching your videos brings with it a sense of calm and well being. I can't but feel a sense of pride in your work and in watching you grow into a remarkable man. All the best in following your dream.

    • BrookeACrowe
      BrookeACrowe Vor 8 Monate

      I know. Swedes always put the German Americans to shame with their work ethic.

    • cheemsito p3d
      cheemsito p3d Vor year

      Un poco de todo

  • Greg Bowman
    Greg Bowman Vor 2 years +23

    Erik, you've got that log peeling down to an art, there is something satisfying about watching a log being peeled, nice job. Love the little nature walk, beautiful countryside. Looking forward to many more great vids. Watch your back, you're too young to have back issues. Keep looking for ways to use leverage to help you move those heavy logs.

  • David Menely
    David Menely Vor 2 years +14

    I learned the drawknife as a young man of twenty skinning poles for a tipi and then used a froe to split shingles for my first house. Became a carpenter/builder and would not change a thing about the skills I learned. You are an inspiration. I wish I could be a helper on your project. Now I am 72 and just completed my last house. Keep up the great work.

  • Paul Machak
    Paul Machak Vor 2 years +18

    Your skills, from log peeling to filming have markedly improved. I like the idea of no narration and no musical accompaniment in your videos. Looking forward to following your cabin building progress.

  • McRocket
    McRocket Vor 2 years +22

    The thing that impresses me most about you is your steadiness (at least on camera). You don't seem to vary your work speed much - never too fast or too slow...just steady. And you rarely/never seem to get frustrated.
    I work exactly the opposite - and I wish I had more of your steadiness.
    Also, that drone view was great.

  • an dries
    an dries Vor year +27

    *When square footage is tight, it helps if statement pieces are both charming **BestTiny.House** and useful. An old wood-burning stove brings a vintage vibe to new construction and also heats the entire place.*

  • Pit Master
    Pit Master Vor 2 years +37

    Good to see there are some real swedes still born in this country.😀 People with the genuine northern spirit.

  • Scott Redmond
    Scott Redmond Vor 2 years +8

    Been watching you since the beginning. Cannot wait to see your continued progress. I sincerely thank you for taking us all along on your journey!

  • McRocket
    McRocket Vor 2 years +7

    8:08 - great job!
    I might never have thought of that.
    Nicely done.

  • David C
    David C Vor 2 years +5

    Looking forward to seeing progress on your build! Really enjoy your vids, Erik!

  • Steven Noel
    Steven Noel Vor 2 years +7

    I very much appreciate and enjoy your fine videos ! Thank you so much for posting them !

  • Jappel
    Jappel Vor 2 years +44

    I think most people will agree if I say that I want to subscribe more then once. You earn it. And hard work always pays off.

  • Jay6459
    Jay6459 Vor year +3

    No only is he building a cabin with basic tools, don't forget to notice all the effort it takes to produce the video. Lots of camera angles, lots of time editing, etc. Hats off to him!

  • Autumn Leaves
    Autumn Leaves Vor year

    There's something very calming about your films, just the sound of the tools on the wood and the birds singing in the background and the wind in the trees. You show remarkable perseverance and skill in constructing a log cabin all by yourself. Very few people have such patience and dedication. I wonder if you will live in the cabin when it is finished ? Or will it be used for occasional visits and as a base for trips into the surrounding forest ?

  • mira guedes
    mira guedes Vor 3 Monate

    Tô gostando desse canal ... Episódio muito bom... Um abraço daqui do Brasil 🇧🇷. Amo tudo com madeiras e sou apaixonada por casas de toras... vou assistir os demais episódio 👍 God Bless

  • Trustin Timber
    Trustin Timber Vor 2 years +9

    Nice work man, I know home much work that is. Spent most of my winter doing that for my cabin build.

  • Ray J
    Ray J Vor 2 years +4

    Congratulations Erik, you have worked so hard to achieve this. Can't wait to see the next vid.

    • Erik Grankvist
      Erik Grankvist  Vor 2 years +5

      Yes now the building process can start again!

  • Freddy Anderson
    Freddy Anderson Vor 2 years +3

    This is incredible. Great job! Cant wait to see the next video!

  • Larry325
    Larry325 Vor 2 years +4

    Erik another awesome video! I like how you weren’t going to let that log beat you 😀 good content and great edit. I like the drone shots. 👍👍

  • Eero Laukkanen
    Eero Laukkanen Vor 2 years +10

    Good job, Erik=), looks like weather in Southern Sweden, is much more "summerlike" than Northern Finland, they still have Lots of snow there! Being a Physical Therapist, and done some weight lifting myself, has to say, your ergonomic is very good for lifting, could be a very good weight lifter, Erik!! And, yes, there is always to way to lift, move logs by yourself! My Grandfather, and his brothers used to built like 30 school buildings around Rovaniemi, Arctic Circle, in Northern Finland, and they sure did not have any Cranes, or machines to do it, only Manpower, and they built many time 2-3 store log buildings!! Ther was 4-5 of them only, most of the times, and with pulleys, and ramps, they got logs upstairs, so...If there is a will, there is a way =), now looking forward to follow...finally actual log building=)) youtheman, Erik!!

  • T Whalen
    T Whalen Vor 2 years +6

    You make it look easy! Great work!

  • Princess Tilly
    Princess Tilly Vor year +3

    God bless your grandparents, the craftsman who mentors you, and your folks. Bless your family for this gift. Treasure you family, your country's heritage - always. :-)

  • Randy Anson
    Randy Anson Vor 2 years +5

    Anyone who has ever peeled logs knows the toll it takes on your arms! Only tough people accomplish what you have!

    • Linda NWFirefighter
      Linda NWFirefighter Vor 2 years +2

      This guy does in 20 mins what takes me 4 hours to do! 😳 He is very good!

  • Chico
    Chico Vor 2 years +3

    Really enjoy your videos young man, keep up the good work!

  • Bradley Schneider
    Bradley Schneider Vor 2 years +2

    Eric your a beast! I sure can't wait to see you building on the cabin again,perhaps show us a sketch of you build or dimensions,are you having a loft,full or partial loft,porch in front,around the sides?only asking,thanks for all the hard work you do. Amen Brother

  • Princess Tilly
    Princess Tilly Vor year

    I like you here - when it's just you and your work and nature, and we are just onlookers. Doesn't get much better than this.

  • Tim Henry
    Tim Henry Vor 2 years +5

    I peeled logs this eavenig. Got 4 done and one started. It's a chore.
    That pine looks way easier than the dead ash I cut down and stripped. Wow.
    Awesome you can lift them. I have to use a tractor because I'm definitely not using the same kind of wood..
    Good shot

  • Santos
    Santos Vor 2 years +2

    a great job!
    Your site looks very nice and calm. Much encouragement! I love to see the progression

    • Erik Grankvist
      Erik Grankvist  Vor 2 years

      Thank you. Next video I will be building on the cabin. 👍

  • Phil Copeland
    Phil Copeland Vor 2 years +4

    Using only the resourses which your ancestors had, ie: those straight trees, and hand tools (Axes, drawknives/spokeshaves etc) made from Sweden's iron mines reminds me to admire your techniques.

  • paulobernardi2018 2018
    paulobernardi2018 2018 Vor 5 Monate

    Essas "Tiras da Casca das Árvores" guardadas em uma grande caixa embaixo do Piso da casa com uma Tampa de acesso ao Porão pode ser usada para começo do Fogo porque vai estar bem seca e lobde de Chuva, Neve ou Umidade!

  • revilo1961
    revilo1961 Vor year

    That's a lot of logs and work. It's nice watching you've able to do it all by yourself. I would like to help. 😁

  • Ivan Hedlund
    Ivan Hedlund Vor 2 years +4

    Very inspiring videos and beautiful forest in the beginning. If you own forests yourself and care about biodiversity so please don't follow the "industy standard" by clear cutting the forest. Do it like the old lumbermen's did, pick and choose what you need and never cut the whole forest down. In swedish it's called blädning, kontinuitetsskogsbruk or Lübeckmetoden. Keep up the good work!

    • Ivan Hedlund
      Ivan Hedlund Vor 2 years +2

      ​@Erik Grankvist Awesome! I knew you're a good guy! :) It's lovely to see you're only using traditional methods as well (no chainsaw, power drill, etc...)

    • Erik Grankvist
      Erik Grankvist  Vor 2 years +4

      Yes indeed this is exactly what I want to achieve with our forest. Blädning. This is why I am not taking down every closest tree to the build. Only the most suited that I pick out. 👍 This way we always have/preserve the forest. Thank you!

  • DONP
    DONP Vor 2 years +2

    Wow. You are one amazing hard working young man. Good for you. I hope it all turns our great.
    I wince just watching.

  • Mattias Magnusson
    Mattias Magnusson Vor year +2

    Det är coolt att se hur mycket muskler som byggts sedan du började, väldigt kul att se hur du löser dina problem också. Bra jobbat! Dina föräldrar måste vara väldigt stålta över vad du åstadkommit så är långt.

  • Rowan Fernsler
    Rowan Fernsler Vor 2 years +7

    Somehow I always find myself coming back to watching your videos, no matter what it is I’m doing, or the time of day.

  • Larry Jacobs
    Larry Jacobs Vor 2 years +7

    You sir are an amazing young man! The young girl that captures your heart will be one lucky young lady and will have to be very special to get a very special man! Thank you for the video!

  • Axel Ullberger
    Axel Ullberger Vor 10 Monate

    so satisfying when you debark the trunks. also clear that you perfected you technique :)

  • irish testado
    irish testado Vor year +1

    I BEEN WATCHING YOU SINCE THE BEGINING ICANT WAIT THE FINAL ITHE WAY YOU PEEL THOSE WOOD FANTASTIC.

  • Juan Francisco Niaupari

    Me parece una idea y meta impresionante eh visto los otros vídeos y veo que se necesita muchas ganas y fuerza de voluntad sigue así lo lograrás

  • Hagge Bänke
    Hagge Bänke Vor 2 years +5

    Starkt jobbat 👍 Du får träna lite marklyft så klarar du de där stockarna. Akta ryggen!

  • Cheryl Joynson
    Cheryl Joynson Vor 2 years +2

    Maybe it would help to build a winch. Not as much strain on your back. Love watching the work you do. Take care.

  • Bill Murr
    Bill Murr Vor 2 years +7

    Please invest in some good rope, and some block and tackle (pulleys). With a small "A" frame, you could lift those logs with less effort. Some ramps would help too. Although if I was 50 years younger, I would likely be doing it exactly like you are. Either way, keep up the good work.

  • Enrique A.
    Enrique A. Vor 6 Monate

    That’s great work you did. 20 minutes into the video my back was hurting already :-)

  • Princess Tilly
    Princess Tilly Vor year +3

    I have a friend thats like you - he's smart, caring and a musician, creative. You're an artist, Erik.

  • winston Leung
    winston Leung Vor 2 years +2

    Wow you really inspired alot of younger generation with a such young age and you really impresses me Erik, I got 20 years old and 15 years old son if they only can think or even work hard to achieve a goal or a dream that can do on there own especially the my older kid!! I'm thinking of getting a piece of land and build my own house or cabin too for the last few years but ass you know I've have to take family 1st though and that's what stopping me to do so. Now that you given me inspiration to do so and my future dream as retirement goals too!!!Thankz,keep up the great work your goals and dream you are truly a gifted it person!!!😊👌👍👍👍👏👏👏👏👏

  • Casey Murphree
    Casey Murphree Vor year

    BLESSED to live in a place with SUCH GOOD TIMBER - - and - - replacing as you remove!

  • Phil Copeland
    Phil Copeland Vor 2 years +3

    It is wonderful to see what one fit young man can move with a lever and fulcrum.

  • Gisele Contassot Desayvre

    Bonjour..quel travail !..vous êtes incroyable !...par étape en vous préservant..bravo..bon courage..j'admire👍

  • VOIDCHASER
    VOIDCHASER Vor 2 years +6

    Who needs a gym if you have a cabin to build haha. Also you're really inspiring me to build my own log cabin aswell, that's what I'm planning to do after highschool. My country has a universtity that teaches traditional log house building too, might go study there.
    Great job!

    • Willard McMorris
      Willard McMorris Vor year +2

      @Erik Grankvist During the videos One can see your body 'build' up tone and muscle plus you have a good eye for triming a long log good and straight/ also your camera person was also right on! And replanting trees is such a great plan so the forest will fill in as you live there- Wonderful project!

    • Erik Grankvist
      Erik Grankvist  Vor 2 years +5

      Wow that sounds great! Would like that university, but I am going to be a forester. Yes after discovering how good of a full body workout you get from working in the forest I don't understand why go to a gym when you can also get stuff done. 👍

  • Volcom Gurkan
    Volcom Gurkan Vor 2 years +2

    Riktigt intressant serie Erik! Kul att se vilka resultat det blir

  • William Shearon
    William Shearon Vor 2 years +27

    Man you are an amazing kid though by the time you finish your log cabin I will no longer be able to call you a kid as you will be a man and will have earned the title. God knows, i wish i had known you when i was growing up. Im at the age now that i would just be getting in your way, lol. Take pride in what you are doing and let nothing get in your way or stop you. If you were my son I would be so proud of you and would be out there with you every day (getting in the way, lol). I hope your family is proud of you, as they should be and please keep up the videos so i can follow along with you on this wonderful journey.

    • Dante David
      Dante David Vor 2 years +3

      This boy is a real man, patient, determined and full of grit. It is rare for a person with this character to aim for a distinct kind of fulfillment. He will surely succeed in his mission. He should not forget the beauty of nature and the wonder that those trees he felled bring to man as peaceful shelter. That he could work in solitude brings the kind of discipline he has in life. Good luck to him!

    • Henrik Grankvist
      Henrik Grankvist Vor 2 years +9

      Hi William, thanks for those warm and inspiring words. Yes, both myself and mother are very proud and happy that he has found joy and strength from being out in the forrest.

  • kenny edwards
    kenny edwards Vor year +1

    Archimedes provides the solution. Erik provides the muscle power.
    This location in Sweden looks like my homeland of Scotland - but it's too wet here for log cabins!

  • Jean Burgin
    Jean Burgin Vor year

    You are so clever. I like the color your cabin has become with weather exposure, are these spruce trees that you are using?

  • ProJectMan81
    ProJectMan81 Vor 2 years +3

    Snyggt gjort Erik. Mycket jobb som vanligt, och man ser hur trött du är emellanåt. Men allt är värt det när du sitter i gungstolen sen och njuter i stugan. 😉👍

  • Alan Magyar
    Alan Magyar Vor 2 years +2

    Inspirational! I hope you don’t listen to people telling you to take the easy way. Hard work is not your enemy. I assume you have a mentor, or even multiple. You are a credit to them. I am very interested in your story and theirs. Perhaps you could tell us history sometime.

    • Princess Tilly
      Princess Tilly Vor year +1

      I TOTALLY agree!
      I do things the hard way - it's character......

  • Gary Mucher
    Gary Mucher Vor 2 years

    Couple of issues. What do you do with all the shavings? How is your back doing lifting those logs? How many lags does it take to build your house? Thumbs Up!

  • Banjo111 1
    Banjo111 1 Vor 2 years +2

    Love watching your videos ❤️ thank you from Australia

  • Sailor376also
    Sailor376also Vor 2 years +4

    100 and 200 years ago those log peelings were used for wall insulation in Newfoundland. I know,, that is the only insulation in the outer walls of my house there,,,, that and a rough sawn 4X4,, just a log sawn flat on two sides,, the bark still on the other two sides,, every 14 to 16 inches for each stud. They built them thick and tough. Hurricane force winds are normal,, several times every year.

  • ZEKİ TAŞER
    ZEKİ TAŞER Vor 2 years +1

    Bir an önce evi yapmaya başlamanı sabırsızlıkla bekliyorum😉😊

  • tsads566
    tsads566 Vor 2 years +2

    Though project, working alone but little by little progress make him inspired to do more. Very interesting to watch, love log house too...:

  • Garrett S
    Garrett S Vor year

    @7:45 I was like... "What?! He speaks?! Of course it's in text..." Lol. Love the series thus far. Enjoy the hard work - no frazzles! Well done!

  • Owen MacLeod
    Owen MacLeod Vor 2 years +1

    I just watched every video you have in one night. So far so good, waiting on the next one

  • Airplane
    Airplane Vor 2 years

    И меня еще, конечно, поражает - сколько ручного труда применяет этот молодой человек, когда на свете есть столько разных приспособлений: и механических, и электро-механических, и просто конструкций-приспособлений без механизации, я уж не говорю про новейшие роботизированные строительные комплексы, стремительно вырывающиеся в нашу современную жизнь. Но он! - настойчиво применяет исключительно силу своих мышц. В чем загадка???
    And it amazes me, of course, how much manual work this young man uses when there are so many different devices in the world: mechanical, electro-mechanical, and just construction devices without mechanization, I'm not talking about the latest robotic building complexes, bursting fast into our modern life. But he! - persistently applies exclusively the strength of his muscles. What is the riddle ???

  • Gianluigi Bit
    Gianluigi Bit Vor 2 years +1

    Ciao dall'Italia, complimenti veramente bravo ,hai una buona schiena ,non approfittare troppo. Bellissimo posto.

  • Critter Hunter
    Critter Hunter Vor 2 years +11

    Never thought I’d watch a guy rearrange logs for 20 minutes. Damn you quarantine

  • Rick Felix
    Rick Felix Vor 2 years

    You are amazing buddy! Much respect. Saludos from Arizona USA.

  • Buffalo
    Buffalo Vor 2 years +2

    Erik, nothing like the feeling of shaving off great ribbons of bark from a green tree! Nice images!! It’s not that the man is too weak, it is that the log is too heavy, what about a farm tractor?

  • Bart Kocur
    Bart Kocur Vor 2 years +1

    How long you have to wait with wood after cutting to start pealing?

    • Bart Kocur
      Bart Kocur Vor 2 years

      @Erik Grankvist thx for answer 👍

    • Erik Grankvist
      Erik Grankvist  Vor 2 years +1

      Start as soon as possible. If you wait till early spring it will be easier, but it is best to get it done as early as possible, so it gets done.

  • Mikael Löjdkvist
    Mikael Löjdkvist Vor 2 years +1

    Hej Erik, imponerande det du gör, vart någonstans i Sverige är det du gör detta?

  • Олег Владимирович

    4:34 какие аккуратные срезы у бревен, что лежат рядом. Кстати, а как он их перетаскивает? на плече как Арнольд в фильме "коммандо"? :)

  • Steve Wesley
    Steve Wesley Vor 2 years +7

    It must be nice to still have a young back ! Continue to lift correctly , and you will be fine !

  • sergio quiroz
    sergio quiroz Vor 2 years

    que paisaje mas hermoso mostraste en este video que lugares majicos hay por alla un saludo y continua asi

  • Rotmosen
    Rotmosen Vor 2 years +1

    Fan va avis jag är på dig, fortsätt :D

  • DIANE Cox
    DIANE Cox Vor year

    Is there anything special that you do with all the shavings from the logs?

  • MidnightAmratha
    MidnightAmratha Vor 2 years +1

    Don't suppose it would be an idea to have a tarp underneath to make gathering the bark strips up any bit easier?

  • Stefan D
    Stefan D Vor 2 years +2

    Wow, vilket jobb. Fantastiskt. Var har du köpt din böjda dragkniv?

    • Erik Grankvist
      Erik Grankvist  Vor 2 years

      Gränsfors bruk, riktigt bra kniv, lätt o slipa

  • Christopher Hyndman
    Christopher Hyndman Vor 2 years +2

    Nice work, where'd you get your draw knife?

    • Erik Grankvist
      Erik Grankvist  Vor 2 years +1

      Gränsfors bruk. It is a really good draw knife, easy to sharpen.

  • Ferd.
    Ferd. Vor 2 years +4

    I could almost smell the resin (at 3.40);-)) well now these log's are done you can proceed to build the cabin, I'm curious...

    • Erik Grankvist
      Erik Grankvist  Vor 2 years +1

      Yes so happy that all the logs are prepared now I "only" have to build in everything. Next episode. 👍

  • Kelly Scott
    Kelly Scott Vor 2 years +2

    great job Eric .. :)

  • Juan Manuel Lago
    Juan Manuel Lago Vor 2 years +1

    Hermoso lugar .Saludos

  • Mihkel Laansoo
    Mihkel Laansoo Vor 2 years +6

    I used to be a little soyboy at age of 19 when I decided to do something similar... But it was more of a treehouse/log cabin... I took down spruce trees with axe and handsaw only and worked 16 hours a day but i did so slowly...
    Its almost finished but to actually do that i would have to quit my current job.
    It completely changes your mindset if you do something like that yourself, its the biggest responsibility you can take. It'll turn you a desireable man for the entire society.
    Makes me want to quit my job and return to woods..

    • Asad Mushrooms
      Asad Mushrooms Vor 2 years +1

      practice having a sealf sufficent homestead and gardening bit of foraging

  • Don Schwartz
    Don Schwartz Vor 2 years +15

    How many found themselves "helping" him get that log on the horses?

    • Sid Stone
      Sid Stone Vor 2 years

      Lol

    • Greg Bowman
      Greg Bowman Vor 2 years +2

      I would find myself holding my breath

    • Aamber
      Aamber Vor 2 years +1

      Yepyepyep, as if my chin up while leaning to one side was gonna help lol

  • 里山キコル
    里山キコル Vor 2 years

    怪我せずに頑張ってね!応援してます。

  • Nils Åhrström
    Nils Åhrström Vor 2 years +3

    Hej Erik, kan du inte fixa så att man kan ge ett engångsbidrag då och då? I dessa tider är det lite svårt att binda upp sig på månadsbidrag via Patreon. Eller så har jag missuppfattat funktionerna där, börjar bli gammal.... Anyho, bra jobbat!!! Fattar inte hur du orkar i en M54-rock!

  • Henrik Larsson
    Henrik Larsson Vor 2 years +2

    Nice video brother!
    thanks
    peace

  • Woozie Cx
    Woozie Cx Vor 2 years +3

    Tack för du håller bonde kulturen i liv

  • Terry Bunker
    Terry Bunker Vor 2 years +1

    Love your video, but it seems like a lot of work, why not use a spud, much faster

    • Erik Grankvist
      Erik Grankvist  Vor 2 years +2

      So it might seem. But what I have realized is that tool is better if you just want a quick peel, but the end result is not that great (in my opinion). Still if you look at my previous video I can peel a 8 meter log with drawknife in 14 minutes. that is about the same time it takes with a spud and the log looks much nicer. Look at my second video on the log cabin series there I peel a log with a spud.

  • Airplane
    Airplane Vor 2 years

    Согласен - красивые картины-вставки показаны на экране между делом.
    I agree - beautiful pictures-inserts are shown on the screen between the case.

  • Dauwe Verhaeghe
    Dauwe Verhaeghe Vor year

    this is really cool to watch

  • Jean Burgin
    Jean Burgin Vor year +1

    Was that an insect nest? Lovely stream ...

  • Princess Tilly
    Princess Tilly Vor year

    By the way, your filming is artistic and professional. Filming and photography are other avenues for you for work, just not online too much ok.... I know it's an online world today, but that's our society's downfall.

  • Lorena Noriega
    Lorena Noriega Vor 5 Monate

    Erik what about the worms in the wood?

  • Fernanda Villagra
    Fernanda Villagra Vor 2 years +1

    where is this place?😊 looks beautiful

  • Joel Warren
    Joel Warren Vor 2 years +6

    Did this once, wish I could again

  • Timmy Mac
    Timmy Mac Vor year

    You are amazing!

  • John Bell
    John Bell Vor 2 years

    Just like peeling a potato on a larger scale.All that stuff your peeling off is good for many things

  • constantin jibleanu
    constantin jibleanu Vor 2 years +3

    👍....beautiful

  • baum stamm
    baum stamm Vor 2 years +1

    haha, i would have expected you to have a mora classic as your knife!😅

    • Erik Grankvist
      Erik Grankvist  Vor 2 years

      @Erik Widlund indeed

    • Erik Grankvist
      Erik Grankvist  Vor 2 years

      Yes I should have carried my mora classic in the shot. I usually carry a mora.

    • Erik Widlund
      Erik Widlund Vor 2 years +2

      Looked like an EKA, also a swedish knife.

  • Princess Tilly
    Princess Tilly Vor year

    You'll go far, mate.

  • Jorge Nóbrega
    Jorge Nóbrega Vor year

    why do you need to peel the logs?