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Norwegian Surfers Build Beach Shack Out of Marine Litter

Hi Lloyd,
Thought you might like this for the blog.
 Rick Coven
American Solar Corporation
Builder Services
Sausalito, CA 94965
Photo: Tim Nunn
Story: Jason Lock
"Inge Wegge and Jørn Ranum built and then spent a winter living in this remote cabin, surfing frigid Norwegian waves at a secluded beach miles away from civilization. Bliss. 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. …

(They)… built it out of trash and driftwood they found on the beach and lived in it for a whole winter. That winter they cleared over three tonnes of rubbish. This is a little vignette of their home. It's epic.…"


Anonymous said...

this sounds wonderful and amazing...Such hardworking creative people. Wow.

Mike said...

Think it'd be fair to link to their surf movie here, you can watch them build this cabin and surf what looks like a sea of molten metal in midday twilight throughout the Norwegian winter. Gnarly as they come : https://vimeo.com/ondemand/northofthesun

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