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MY MOUNTAIN CAMPS

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Object Title: MY MOUNTAIN CAMPS

Image Type(s): Hiking, Wildlife, Flora, Informational, Scenery, Panorama, Water

 

Page By: Romuald Kosina

Created/Edited: Aug 11, 2008 / Jul 31, 2010

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TO CAMP OR NOT TO CAMP ???

 
During winter trekking ...
 
 
Spring trekking ...
 

When I am going to be in mountains I need to prepare a lot of things, all the things which can be necessary to use during my four (sometimes in winter) to fourteen days trekking. In winter I use prepared by myself some toboggan and I sewed an additional grey cover on my tent to protect against lower temperatures. Being in mountains I am completely independent of any service, however, such an equipment I must carry in my rucksack (25-35 kg). To camp in any place it is necessary to have at disposal enough amount of clean water.
O.K. It is not a very convenient trekking but then I am completely free in any contact with NATURE, with streams, stones, rocks, stars, sun, plants, animals, clouds, wind, rain, snow, ice and with any large or small appearance of Earth. To camp or not to camp? For me the answer is clear :-)
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yatsekTo Camp!

yatsek

Voted 10/10

I wish I could go backpacking again. Unfortunately, I've never had the right back for that. But - as the gear's getting lighter and lighter - I still hope to go on a few days' trip one day :)
Posted Apr 19, 2009 1:02 pm

Romuald KosinaJacek, sometime...

Romuald Kosina

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Jacku, sometime on the top of Izerskie Garby during early spring I observed from my tent through ca 30 min a mating dance of a black grouse male :-) Even well experienced ornithologists were jealous of this.
Posted Oct 24, 2009 12:07 pm

yatsekRe: Jacek, sometime...

yatsek

Voted 10/10

Wow! I don't think I've ever seen them in Poland; they seemed to be fairly frequent in Norway (I spent a few summers there in the 1990's) but I saw a male just once - and no dance - just a glance:) and they were off.
Posted Nov 29, 2009 8:35 am

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