Come on, Do I have to pay to live in a tent aswell? plz!

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Denisa84
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Come on, Do I have to pay to live in a tent aswell? plz!

Post by Denisa84 » Sun Mar 28, 2004 2:43 pm

Who is going to stop me from pitching my tent in some country area? I could stay for my 3 month visa no probs, any1 who wants to share a tent call me +61422789149. ps im going to have to charge you 30EURO a week because..welll i just cant stand ppl who dont like to pay rent! lmao, jokes. But I will do this! I refuse to pay 600EU a month when I can live in my tent for free!!



Come on, Do I have to pay to live in a tent aswell? plz!

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Post by Hank W. » Sun Mar 28, 2004 2:49 pm

Well, it is up to the owner of the land.

And then there is a small thing about heating... and water...
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huh?!?!

Post by Denisa84 » Sun Mar 28, 2004 2:53 pm

whaaaa? Is every single bit of land owned is it??? what water? what heating?? 6 jumpers and i'll swim in the joki..and ill drink vodka and red bull. i find it hard to believe that i wont find a piece of land that no1 owns.

omg im freaking out. dont do this to me hank this is meant to be a dream holiday not a nightmare from hell!!


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Post by Hank W. » Sun Mar 28, 2004 3:03 pm

Of course all land is owned. If its not owned by a private person, then maybe a logging company or its a state forest. Basically state forests then have nature protection areas & so forth. The everyman's right makes a difference with going vs. camping & making fire. Usually you are required to stick to designated camping grounds and firepits.

And I was also thinking about June and the mosquitoes...
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hank..

Post by Denisa84 » Sun Mar 28, 2004 3:08 pm

mosquitos? isnt it too cold there for mosquitos? there cant be mosquitos..my friend said ireland didnt have them. wtf is going on. well i will go to a camp ground. and about the mosquitos.. i dont believe it.


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Post by Hank W. » Sun Mar 28, 2004 3:14 pm

I suggest you go to Lappland and then when you come back about 10 liters lighter the next day we'll discuss the presence of mosquitoes in northern climates again.
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Post by Denisa84 » Sun Mar 28, 2004 3:19 pm

pfft. 10 litres lighter? lmao u cant seriously tell me that there is mosquitos in dark, freezing places. :(


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Post by Hank W. » Sun Mar 28, 2004 3:23 pm

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YUK!

Post by Denisa84 » Sun Mar 28, 2004 3:29 pm

What kind of mosquitos are they?? Jesus Christ!! I'm not racist but I prefer black mosquitos like we have here. Those white ones just look like they're on crack or something. Ok...Lappland is out of the picture now!

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Post by Hank W. » Sun Mar 28, 2004 3:31 pm

Oh, the black ones that burrow into the skin? Yeah, we have them too. Actually, Lappland has more of those, these white ones are down south more abundant. Depends on the year.
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Post by Denisa84 » Sun Mar 28, 2004 3:33 pm

:shock: :( :o :shock: :shock: :shock: !!!!!!!!!!


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Post by Mai » Mon Mar 29, 2004 7:51 pm

Was trying to call you to offer a place to your tent on our backyard (and no need to wash in joki you can freely use the garden hose for hygiene purposes) but number seems to be unallocated. :cry:


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Post by Nathan Lillie » Tue Mar 30, 2004 6:11 pm

I'd worry more about the mooseflies. The mosquitos are annoying, and I've never seen swarms like they have in Lappland, but the mooseflies are extremely painful. My wife had a run in with one once. They hook into you and try to lay their eggs under the skin. Very painful.
If you want to catch beasts you don't see every day,
You have to go places quite out-of-the-way.
You have to places no other can get to.
You have to get cold and you have to get wet, too.

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Post by Niall Shaky » Tue Mar 30, 2004 10:21 pm

This thread is absolutely the best thread of the year.
Denisa- be careful not to qualify for a Brisbane Award, chuck!


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Post by MinnaRaisanen » Wed Mar 31, 2004 10:45 am

Nathan Lillie wrote:I'd worry more about the mooseflies. The mosquitos are annoying, and I've never seen swarms like they have in Lappland, but the mooseflies are extremely painful. My wife had a run in with one once. They hook into you and try to lay their eggs under the skin. Very painful.


eeeeek! The whole idea of something laying its eggs into my skin creeps me out more than anything.... :?
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