Pestopasta with all fillings. Tuna, cheese, dry onion and ketshup. Cooked in open fire. I don't have anymore any stove or other heating system when I'm hiking. Just fire and pot. Here in Lapland it's ok to make fire to government land (not all national parks or other similar) and if it's not too dry. So fire is nice way to cook and same time gives heat to hikers. Sometimes it's not so easy to find who owns land. There is not any maps what says it, but with some maps service you can find right spot easily. Retkikartta.fi and mark all hunting areas and also all national parks and other similar places. So if land is ok to buy hunting license then it's government land. National parks have own rules and areas so luontoon.fi you can find rules about fire and camping. Some parks have different rules in park side or middle. And also dry season you need to check if land is too dry to make fire fmi.fi have information (and it's law so follow that). Also it's always easier to make fire to ready place. So if you make fire to forest there is many rules what you need to follow. Also common sense. Leave no trace!
When you forgot to pay the bills, and now don’t have electricity 😅 #pizza on the #openfire#welcome to #ukraine . Когда забыл заплатить за электричество 🤦🏼♀️ но кого это останавливало ? 😏 #пиццу ничем не испортишь 🍕 спокойного воскресенья вам 👌🏻 П.С. @teplovvitaliy твоя пицца нам ‘зашла’ 😘 #披萨#乌克兰#金发女郎