Traditional Finnish lumberjacks use giant logs as SUPs in river rapids

According to lore, traditional Finnish lumberjacks are supposed to be entertainers. They’re supposed to show off and even sing a tune while displaying the utmost balance. Finnish lumberjack brothers Toni and Jori Mikkonen embody this ethos.

The lumberjack siblings are pretty good at their craft; whistling, singing tunes and even performing summersaults on the giant logs.

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Surely the most impressive feat they show off is their ability to ride the logs and navigate them through river rapids. If these two can do things like that we feel bad for the trees they tackle with an axe.

Yes, lumberjacks are supposed to ride giant logs through river rapids.

Yes, lumberjacks are supposed to ride giant logs through river rapids.

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