Aileron - Boris, Heavy Rocks (Purple)(2011)

We really love metal, but we have never seen ourselves as a metal band! We’ve got used to being seen as a metal band, especially in Europe. We don’t care how people describe us. In Japan people think that metal bands must be really skillful  but as we’re so bad at our instruments we can’t be a heavy metal band… Lo-fi heavy metal perhaps…” (v)

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heathenharnow:

Där långa skuggor ruva - Part V - XXX (I & II)"Jag vet Håsten och Holmsten, bröderna, vara runkunnigast bland män i midgård. De satte stenen och stavar många efter Frösten, fader sin." - "I know Håsten and Holmsten, the brothers, to be the most skillfull in runes among men in midgård. They put the stone and many staves for Frösten, their father." © Heathen Harnow - please do not remove credit
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heathenharnow:

Där långa skuggor ruva - Part V - XXX (I & II)"Jag vet Håsten och Holmsten, bröderna, vara runkunnigast bland män i midgård. De satte stenen och stavar många efter Frösten, fader sin." - "I know Håsten and Holmsten, the brothers, to be the most skillfull in runes among men in midgård. They put the stone and many staves for Frösten, their father." © Heathen Harnow - please do not remove credit
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heathenharnow:

Där långa skuggor ruva - Part V - XXX (I & II)

"Jag vet Håsten och Holmsten, bröderna, vara runkunnigast bland män i midgård. De satte stenen och stavar många efter Frösten, fader sin." 

"I know Håsten and Holmsten, the brothers, to be the most skillfull in runes among men in midgård. They put the stone and many staves for Frösten, their father." 

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Fir Cove - Ruth Lake, Shasta-Trinity National Forest (September 2014)
It was definitely good to get back up to the mountains for a time, and I don’t want to wait so long to get back up there again.  The Sierra-Nevadas are definitely my home mountain range, and where i’ve spent most of my wilderness times, but I’m quickly warming to the Trinity Alps of Northern Califonia and want to explore the area more.
The whole trip was a much needed break from obligations and work, and nothing’s better than drinking a beer while floating in a mountain lake.  We ended up getting rained on pretty good halfway through the week but all in all it wasn’t too severe of a storm, plus all of California is in such need of water I didn’t mind too much.  It also helped that we made out camp underneath those oaks in the fourth picture so they shielded us from most of the water.
This was also my first trip using my cast iron dutch oven as the primary cooker and needless to say we ate very well up there.  Unfortunaltly I couldn’t get pictures of the other nights food but that spicy sausage stew turned out amazing.  It also handled, roast chicken, baked beans with pork belly, and an all meat spicy chili like a champ.
Now I guess back to the real world…
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Fir Cove - Ruth Lake, Shasta-Trinity National Forest (September 2014)
It was definitely good to get back up to the mountains for a time, and I don’t want to wait so long to get back up there again.  The Sierra-Nevadas are definitely my home mountain range, and where i’ve spent most of my wilderness times, but I’m quickly warming to the Trinity Alps of Northern Califonia and want to explore the area more.
The whole trip was a much needed break from obligations and work, and nothing’s better than drinking a beer while floating in a mountain lake.  We ended up getting rained on pretty good halfway through the week but all in all it wasn’t too severe of a storm, plus all of California is in such need of water I didn’t mind too much.  It also helped that we made out camp underneath those oaks in the fourth picture so they shielded us from most of the water.
This was also my first trip using my cast iron dutch oven as the primary cooker and needless to say we ate very well up there.  Unfortunaltly I couldn’t get pictures of the other nights food but that spicy sausage stew turned out amazing.  It also handled, roast chicken, baked beans with pork belly, and an all meat spicy chili like a champ.
Now I guess back to the real world…
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Fir Cove - Ruth Lake, Shasta-Trinity National Forest (September 2014)
It was definitely good to get back up to the mountains for a time, and I don’t want to wait so long to get back up there again.  The Sierra-Nevadas are definitely my home mountain range, and where i’ve spent most of my wilderness times, but I’m quickly warming to the Trinity Alps of Northern Califonia and want to explore the area more.
The whole trip was a much needed break from obligations and work, and nothing’s better than drinking a beer while floating in a mountain lake.  We ended up getting rained on pretty good halfway through the week but all in all it wasn’t too severe of a storm, plus all of California is in such need of water I didn’t mind too much.  It also helped that we made out camp underneath those oaks in the fourth picture so they shielded us from most of the water.
This was also my first trip using my cast iron dutch oven as the primary cooker and needless to say we ate very well up there.  Unfortunaltly I couldn’t get pictures of the other nights food but that spicy sausage stew turned out amazing.  It also handled, roast chicken, baked beans with pork belly, and an all meat spicy chili like a champ.
Now I guess back to the real world…
ZoomInfo
Fir Cove - Ruth Lake, Shasta-Trinity National Forest (September 2014)
It was definitely good to get back up to the mountains for a time, and I don’t want to wait so long to get back up there again.  The Sierra-Nevadas are definitely my home mountain range, and where i’ve spent most of my wilderness times, but I’m quickly warming to the Trinity Alps of Northern Califonia and want to explore the area more.
The whole trip was a much needed break from obligations and work, and nothing’s better than drinking a beer while floating in a mountain lake.  We ended up getting rained on pretty good halfway through the week but all in all it wasn’t too severe of a storm, plus all of California is in such need of water I didn’t mind too much.  It also helped that we made out camp underneath those oaks in the fourth picture so they shielded us from most of the water.
This was also my first trip using my cast iron dutch oven as the primary cooker and needless to say we ate very well up there.  Unfortunaltly I couldn’t get pictures of the other nights food but that spicy sausage stew turned out amazing.  It also handled, roast chicken, baked beans with pork belly, and an all meat spicy chili like a champ.
Now I guess back to the real world…
ZoomInfo
Fir Cove - Ruth Lake, Shasta-Trinity National Forest (September 2014)
It was definitely good to get back up to the mountains for a time, and I don’t want to wait so long to get back up there again.  The Sierra-Nevadas are definitely my home mountain range, and where i’ve spent most of my wilderness times, but I’m quickly warming to the Trinity Alps of Northern Califonia and want to explore the area more.
The whole trip was a much needed break from obligations and work, and nothing’s better than drinking a beer while floating in a mountain lake.  We ended up getting rained on pretty good halfway through the week but all in all it wasn’t too severe of a storm, plus all of California is in such need of water I didn’t mind too much.  It also helped that we made out camp underneath those oaks in the fourth picture so they shielded us from most of the water.
This was also my first trip using my cast iron dutch oven as the primary cooker and needless to say we ate very well up there.  Unfortunaltly I couldn’t get pictures of the other nights food but that spicy sausage stew turned out amazing.  It also handled, roast chicken, baked beans with pork belly, and an all meat spicy chili like a champ.
Now I guess back to the real world…
ZoomInfo
Fir Cove - Ruth Lake, Shasta-Trinity National Forest (September 2014)
It was definitely good to get back up to the mountains for a time, and I don’t want to wait so long to get back up there again.  The Sierra-Nevadas are definitely my home mountain range, and where i’ve spent most of my wilderness times, but I’m quickly warming to the Trinity Alps of Northern Califonia and want to explore the area more.
The whole trip was a much needed break from obligations and work, and nothing’s better than drinking a beer while floating in a mountain lake.  We ended up getting rained on pretty good halfway through the week but all in all it wasn’t too severe of a storm, plus all of California is in such need of water I didn’t mind too much.  It also helped that we made out camp underneath those oaks in the fourth picture so they shielded us from most of the water.
This was also my first trip using my cast iron dutch oven as the primary cooker and needless to say we ate very well up there.  Unfortunaltly I couldn’t get pictures of the other nights food but that spicy sausage stew turned out amazing.  It also handled, roast chicken, baked beans with pork belly, and an all meat spicy chili like a champ.
Now I guess back to the real world…
ZoomInfo
Fir Cove - Ruth Lake, Shasta-Trinity National Forest (September 2014)
It was definitely good to get back up to the mountains for a time, and I don’t want to wait so long to get back up there again.  The Sierra-Nevadas are definitely my home mountain range, and where i’ve spent most of my wilderness times, but I’m quickly warming to the Trinity Alps of Northern Califonia and want to explore the area more.
The whole trip was a much needed break from obligations and work, and nothing’s better than drinking a beer while floating in a mountain lake.  We ended up getting rained on pretty good halfway through the week but all in all it wasn’t too severe of a storm, plus all of California is in such need of water I didn’t mind too much.  It also helped that we made out camp underneath those oaks in the fourth picture so they shielded us from most of the water.
This was also my first trip using my cast iron dutch oven as the primary cooker and needless to say we ate very well up there.  Unfortunaltly I couldn’t get pictures of the other nights food but that spicy sausage stew turned out amazing.  It also handled, roast chicken, baked beans with pork belly, and an all meat spicy chili like a champ.
Now I guess back to the real world…
ZoomInfo
Fir Cove - Ruth Lake, Shasta-Trinity National Forest (September 2014)
It was definitely good to get back up to the mountains for a time, and I don’t want to wait so long to get back up there again.  The Sierra-Nevadas are definitely my home mountain range, and where i’ve spent most of my wilderness times, but I’m quickly warming to the Trinity Alps of Northern Califonia and want to explore the area more.
The whole trip was a much needed break from obligations and work, and nothing’s better than drinking a beer while floating in a mountain lake.  We ended up getting rained on pretty good halfway through the week but all in all it wasn’t too severe of a storm, plus all of California is in such need of water I didn’t mind too much.  It also helped that we made out camp underneath those oaks in the fourth picture so they shielded us from most of the water.
This was also my first trip using my cast iron dutch oven as the primary cooker and needless to say we ate very well up there.  Unfortunaltly I couldn’t get pictures of the other nights food but that spicy sausage stew turned out amazing.  It also handled, roast chicken, baked beans with pork belly, and an all meat spicy chili like a champ.
Now I guess back to the real world…
ZoomInfo
Fir Cove - Ruth Lake, Shasta-Trinity National Forest (September 2014)
It was definitely good to get back up to the mountains for a time, and I don’t want to wait so long to get back up there again.  The Sierra-Nevadas are definitely my home mountain range, and where i’ve spent most of my wilderness times, but I’m quickly warming to the Trinity Alps of Northern Califonia and want to explore the area more.
The whole trip was a much needed break from obligations and work, and nothing’s better than drinking a beer while floating in a mountain lake.  We ended up getting rained on pretty good halfway through the week but all in all it wasn’t too severe of a storm, plus all of California is in such need of water I didn’t mind too much.  It also helped that we made out camp underneath those oaks in the fourth picture so they shielded us from most of the water.
This was also my first trip using my cast iron dutch oven as the primary cooker and needless to say we ate very well up there.  Unfortunaltly I couldn’t get pictures of the other nights food but that spicy sausage stew turned out amazing.  It also handled, roast chicken, baked beans with pork belly, and an all meat spicy chili like a champ.
Now I guess back to the real world…
ZoomInfo
Fir Cove - Ruth Lake, Shasta-Trinity National Forest (September 2014)
It was definitely good to get back up to the mountains for a time, and I don’t want to wait so long to get back up there again.  The Sierra-Nevadas are definitely my home mountain range, and where i’ve spent most of my wilderness times, but I’m quickly warming to the Trinity Alps of Northern Califonia and want to explore the area more.
The whole trip was a much needed break from obligations and work, and nothing’s better than drinking a beer while floating in a mountain lake.  We ended up getting rained on pretty good halfway through the week but all in all it wasn’t too severe of a storm, plus all of California is in such need of water I didn’t mind too much.  It also helped that we made out camp underneath those oaks in the fourth picture so they shielded us from most of the water.
This was also my first trip using my cast iron dutch oven as the primary cooker and needless to say we ate very well up there.  Unfortunaltly I couldn’t get pictures of the other nights food but that spicy sausage stew turned out amazing.  It also handled, roast chicken, baked beans with pork belly, and an all meat spicy chili like a champ.
Now I guess back to the real world…
ZoomInfo

Fir Cove - Ruth Lake, Shasta-Trinity National Forest (September 2014)

It was definitely good to get back up to the mountains for a time, and I don’t want to wait so long to get back up there again.  The Sierra-Nevadas are definitely my home mountain range, and where i’ve spent most of my wilderness times, but I’m quickly warming to the Trinity Alps of Northern Califonia and want to explore the area more.

The whole trip was a much needed break from obligations and work, and nothing’s better than drinking a beer while floating in a mountain lake.  We ended up getting rained on pretty good halfway through the week but all in all it wasn’t too severe of a storm, plus all of California is in such need of water I didn’t mind too much.  It also helped that we made out camp underneath those oaks in the fourth picture so they shielded us from most of the water.

This was also my first trip using my cast iron dutch oven as the primary cooker and needless to say we ate very well up there.  Unfortunaltly I couldn’t get pictures of the other nights food but that spicy sausage stew turned out amazing.  It also handled, roast chicken, baked beans with pork belly, and an all meat spicy chili like a champ.

Now I guess back to the real world…

Origin Effects Cali76 TX-LP Limiting Amplifier - Studio Grade Urei 1176 Compressor with Lundahl Custom Transformer, 8db Boost footswitch, and dry level mix option.

Well this was also a nice to surprise to come home to.  Too bad I can’t try it out for another week and a half, but christ did I underestimate it’s size.  It’s a big fucker.  I have definitely larger than average hands so that just goes to show.  It’s going to be fun integrating this onto my board, might be time for an upgrade in that department as well.