Friday, May 6, 2016

Norwegian surfers build their own cabin porn

Inge Wegge and Jørn Ranum built their own cabin out of scavenged beach debris, and then spent a winter living in this remote cabin, surfing frigid Norwegian waves at a secluded beach miles away from civilization.  During that winter they cleared up more than three tonnes of marine litter from that beach, and what they couldn't use, they stored away – in case they needed to repurpose it later on down the line.

Check it out:

Watch the trailer for the movie they made, North of the Sun, right here. 

Hat tip:  Lloyd Kahn


  1. You could get away with that in Norway because the coastline is extensive and remote. In California, somebody would ruin it. Or the government would arrest you for this or that.

    1. The police would arrest you immediately. You'd be violating the environment, a near capital crime.