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An Evening With The Stones

Tuesday, 19 August 2014 at 13:54 pm

The Art of Storing Heat. When you can’t find what fits your needs you may as well make it on your own. This issue of the Tentipi blog features a good portion of DIY-creativity as we meet 23-year-old Swede, Petra Alinder. She first built her own tipi out of tarp, but later got her hands […]

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Backyard Camping.

Tuesday, 17 June 2014 at 07:41 am

Our PR-manager Torsten Gabrielsson usually sits behind his computer at the Tentipi headquarters in Sunne, Sweden, gathering stories from people travelling around the world. But in this episode we find him by the camp fire in a quite unusual place – only minutes away from one of Scandinavia’s busiest airports. —o— Reaching Out For The […]

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LAST TENT STANDING

April 24, 2014

  Imagine waking up at camp one windy morning, thinking it´s just another day in the desert but as you step outside it´s as if a tornado passed by. Turns out, you slept like a baby through a storm that caused disaster for your fellow campers. That´s about what happened to our long time Tentipi […]

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Tipi Life – One Year After

March 19, 2014

In the autumn of 2009, Jarmo and Laura Järvinen started to plan how they were going to live for a year in a Tentipi Nordic tipi. They chose to put up the tent, a Safir 9 cp, (about 15 square metres), on an island in the Åboland archipelago in southern Finland. There, they lived in […]

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Spitzbergen

November 27, 2013

Over a three-week period during March and April this year, Eric Folz and Mike Fuchs hauled sleds of equipment some 500 Km through the frozen landscapes of Spitzbergen.  Meticulously planned and executed, and in temperatures down to minus 38 degrees, they quickly adapted to the world of cold.  Here, in a guest post for our […]

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Zen and the art of motorcycle camping.

October 14, 2013

zv7qrnb We present here the perpectives of Sheila Kiggins, our guest blogger for this piece.  Sheila owns a motor bike and a Tentipi Zirkon 7 Light – both of which are loved and put to maximum use each year, touring throughout Britain and its Atlantic influenced climate.  We learn something here of the history of […]

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One Year in Our Tentipi Nordic Tipi

April 10, 2013

Have you ever returned from a weekend trip to the country; the mountains; the sea, just wishing to extend the experience a while longer?  Here’s a charming story, sent in by Jarmo and Laura Järvinen, who did just that.  And then some. Their 12 month stay on an island in the archipelago of Åboland in […]

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CANOE CAMPING – WHAT TO TAKE AND HOW TO TAKE IT

March 7, 2013

The second in a 2-part article on canoe camping, by our guest Blogger, Tim Gent. Here, we delve a bit deeper into the world of equipment, with some very good recommendations and hints, based on Tim’s own experience – if you’ve hints and tips of your own, we’d love to hear of them in the […]

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