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    My kids have been waiting for Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer...apparently he is swimming still??

    Nice report. I'll bet that area looks a little different right now.
    Ambulo tua ambulo.

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    I thank all for your all posts and kind comments !
    Thanks guys !


    Quote Originally Posted by hunter View Post
    Love that aria
    Why ?
    It is just rocks
    Kidding, especially the Swedish side was nice, the border sucked


    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
    Although I don't speak Swedish .... I understood you!!!!
    Something about rocks...........
    I like the Alpacka .... a lot. Looks like a fun change of pace.
    Shug
    Yeah, something like:
    **** FU**ing rocks!
    How the fu*ck could i be so stupid,
    to plot a route in the wilderness without a trail !
    But i had fun


    Quote Originally Posted by Bieggolmai View Post
    Great trip report!
    Seems like you need to get back to Rogens but maybe not alone next time.
    Would be great to see that area and also great to try one of those boats.
    We´ll need to discuss this at the SKAHOw.
    Sure!
    Anything to get sucked into the world of Alpacka's


    Quote Originally Posted by mbiraman View Post
    Thanks Moski; beautiful country. Thanks for sharing the trials and tribulations. As long as we learn, its a success. Seemed like you made pretty good time in your alpaca when things were going right. Beautiful blue pic. Thanks for sharing.
    I had a good time !
    But there was moments when i thought:
    God, what am i doing here
    I agree with you, it's all about getting new experiences without paying
    the ultimate price .


    Quote Originally Posted by turnerminator View Post
    Stunning pics Moski, thanks for posting.
    I'm tempted to go to Sweden instead of Norway next year now.

    I went to Funasdalen a few years ago in the summer and remember well the beautiful country and the insane mosquitoes!
    The cool thing about is area, is that you don't have to choose !
    Because it's on the border between Sweden and Norway.
    On the Swedish side it's Rogens and on Norwegian side it is femundsmarka

    But if you have been to Funäsdalen, you have already been here
    It's only 25km SW of Funäsdalen.

    The way to trick the mosquito's is to go early or late in the summer.
    Moski, who no longer feels the Secret Ninja Ski emptiness..............
    B/C he got them now

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    Quote Originally Posted by gargoyle View Post
    My kids have been waiting for Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer...apparently he is swimming still??

    Nice report. I'll bet that area looks a little different right now.
    Then they have to wait

    Yeah, it's whiter now i think
    Moski, who no longer feels the Secret Ninja Ski emptiness..............
    B/C he got them now

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    Quote Originally Posted by moski View Post
    The cool thing about is area, is that you don't have to choose !
    Because it's on the border between Sweden and Norway.
    On the Swedish side it's Rogens and on Norwegian side it is femundsmarka

    But if you have been to Funäsdalen, you have already been here
    It's only 25km SW of Funäsdalen.

    The way to trick the mosquito's is to go early or late in the summer.
    I checked it on google earth, I only missed it by a few miles! I spent my time in the mountains to the north and west.
    Thanks for the links

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    Nice trek with the options for floating and hiking. I've seen some similar trip reports from hiker/paddlers in the Pacific Northwest, but this is the first Skandinavian report. I'm jealous. I miss Norway and Sweden. I was there a couple of times while I was a Marine.

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