Medo

Medo

Wolfdog Medo has joined our pack! This is why he deserves his very own blog entry. He is the big, handsome brother of beautiful Usva and used to live in the city. Medo does come from a good home, yet wanted to move to the countryside to live with more of his kind together, whichRead more about Medo[…]

Adventure Land

Adventure Land

Our running fence, Adventure land has been officially opened! This fence is huge and the dogs love it! Credit goes to Harald, who built all the fences by himself.. (What a dream of a man!)  

Aitta Fence

Aitta Fence

Some time ago we’ve finished the 2nd fence area. It’s rougher than the first one, just how our puppy gang likes it. We added two self-made doors and are still in need of dog kennels. A part of the actual barn will be renovated in the late summer to build in an insulated dog house.Read more about Aitta Fence[…]

Off The Grid

Off The Grid

We’ve been living off the grid for almost 4 weeks now. Before we both have lived and have grown up in apartments with no knowledge about essential survival skills like how to make a fire, how to hunt, how to fish…  All the skills that we need now to live our life off the grid, weRead more about Off The Grid[…]

Gaia ja Karmakosmik

Gaia ja Karmakosmik

Gaia (Noita) ja Karmakosmik (Lumous) are our sweet, sweet, magical baby koirasusi (soon-to-be sleddog) sisters from Inari. There is something very special and unique about them, that we cannot put into words (you have to feel it to understand it). What we can say for sure is, that we are very blessed to have them inRead more about Gaia ja Karmakosmik[…]

Taivas

Taivas

Our husky malamute mix Taivas (=Heaven) who has joined us recently. He is the perfect classically beautiful dog, very calm in his appearance yet very energetic and leading with the others.  His hobbies include bone collecting, bone stealing and teasing the girls. (…)  

Lapland is home.

Lapland is home.

Our chosen forever home is here in the land of snow, silence and trees. Though we’ve only been living here for some days, we’ve arrived. We are home. Our hearts are here where we feel understood and where are no words needed  to communicate with nature and our dogs.