Stefan Lundin and Moonhouse #2.24 are exploring deep in the jungles of Vietnam. Here at ancient hindu temples of My Son. The temples were used by the Viet Cong during the Vietnamn war and was bombed extensively by the American Airforce.
Congratualtions Stefan on your successful landfall and fair winds for your continued expedition.
Stefan Lundin has headed out on a Motorcycle expedition through Vietnam with moonhouse #2.24 and his son Nisse. You can follow Stefan and Nisses adventures on the blog Moppa Runt.
Starting their trip in Ho Chi Minh City we understand from the reports that the expedition has reached Tuy Hoa , about as far east as you can get on mainland Vietnam.
Congratulations Stefan and Nisse to your first successful landfalls on yiour Vietnam Expedition and fair winds for your future adventures, We look to forward to future reports from your Vietnam Expedition.
We have a new Moonhouse Holder! A few days ago Pontus Göransson took custody of Moonhouse #2.4 The Göteborg when Fredrik Zeybrandt passed it on after completing a suite of expeditions. If we can draw any conclusions from the picture of Pontus so kindly provided by Fredrik, we might even expect a culinary expedition. ”Moonhouse in Food”, now that has not been done before.
Fair winds on your coming adventures Pontus! We look forward learning about your exciting expeditions in times to come.
Update: In the big commotion HQ failed to notice the house in the picture making this the first Moonhouse Expedition to food.
#2.13 in Alagna Valsesia, Valle d’Aosta, Italy. Lambrecht Wessels, September 17, 2013
They say that if you aim for the stars you will reach the tree tops. You will of course reach the tree tops on your way to the stars. You will likely even be even be more comfortable hanging around the tree tops than you are on the ground. The above picture really proves this. Moonhouse #2.13 melds with the landscape of the Italian Alpes in colour, shape and presence when Lambrecht Wessels broughtit to Alagna Valsesia, Valle d’Aosta in Italy on Septemebr 17, 2013.
The higher, the better it seems. On the moon it will be glorious.
Congratulations Lambrecht on your successful expedition and fair winds for your coming adventures.
#2.24 The Giant at the ESA Exhibition at ESTEC in the Netherlands. Emil Vinterhav, October 10, 2013
On October 2, 2013 the Moonhouse came a step closer to space when Emil Vinterhav and Moonhouse #2.24 explored ESTEC, the technology facility of ESA in Noordwijk, The Netherlands. It is seen in the picture above in front of the out door model of the bus size flagship satellite Envisat the the ESA/ESTEC exhibition and below in the rainbow hallway of ESTEC.
Congratulations Emil Vinterhav on your successful expedition and fair winds for your coming adventures.
#2.24 The Giant in the Rainbow hallway at ESTEC. Emil Vinterhav, October 10, 2013
Red house in Riga On September 1, 2013, Peter Wiklund brought house #2.26 to Riga
On September 1, 2013, Peter Wiklund brought house #2.26 to the freedom monument in Riga. This is the first expedition to the Baltic States and we are exited to learn that there is a red sister house in Latvia, albeit without the red corners. Check it out here.
Congratulations Peter on your successful expedition and fair winds for your coming adventures.
Old Faithful – Yellowstone National Park WY 20130822 #2.19 Robin Lilja
Robin Lilja brought Moonhouse #2.19 to Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, USA on August 22, 2013. As sure as Old Faithful will have an eruption every 91 minutes we will see the Old house on the Moon one day.
Congratulations on your successful expedition and on what must have been an excellent trip. Fair winds on your coming adventures!