Happy New Year and Cheers! (Lemonade Recipe Included)

Hello wild people, and welcome back to our corner of the Internet.  We hope you had an amazing start of the new year, and took some time to reflect on the past. In this post we want to share with you some upcoming projects and a delicious lemonade recipe that can be made outdoors. Enjoy!

The last months at Running with Sheep HQ were a bit hectic to say the least, we were caught up in work and dealing with some things of the past. The last week of December we were able to take a breather; go outside for an extended period of time, reflect, set new intentions, and inhale some woodsmoke. You know, the good stuff.

What we learned last year, that if life gives you lemons, you make lemonade (and dish soap, for that matter).

Lemonade Recipe
5 cups water
3/4 cup of white (caster) sugar
2 lemons

Heat the water in a pot, and add the sugar. Stir until completely solved. Take the pot of the heat and queeze the lemons. Add the lemon juice to the water and stir. Bottle and let cool. Cheers!

You can use the lemon peels (with some baking soda) to clean the dishes. We found that lemons and baking soda, make an excellent biodegradable dish soap and all round cleaner.

What we have coming in 2018
Johan is planning to share with you some long term review of the Condor Nessmuk knife, and will be diving into making some nice leatherwork this year. In the meanwhile Sanne time wants to write some depth articles on the mindset and psychology of survival, a subject we are really passionate about. Of course we will be sharing our outdoor adventures, and maybe throw in a little challenge too (we know you love that Ikea Survival Challenge we did long time ago!).

We hope to see you around!

Take care,


Johan & Sanne


Final thoughts
How did you spend the last moments of 2017, and what are your plans for 2018? Please share with us in the comments!

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