image public domain. source: pixabay I saw this fascinating story on the BBC site: http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20190909-why-flight-shame-is-making-people-swap-planes-for-trains Essential the story is about our growing awareness of the carbon impact of travel, it struck a chord with me. Check out the article and let me know what you think. If you have stumbled across this blog before you … Continue reading Flight Shame, it’s a thing.
Just thought I would write something a bit random. I have a gypsy soul and love to be on the move, to travel from place to place, in recent years I have become increasingly aware of the negative impacts of travel and increasingly aware of my own carbon footprint, so that has been one factor … Continue reading “The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.” – John Muir
No camping last weekend, sad face. So thought it might be a good time to share ideas on storage and how to deal with the space limitations of teardrop camping. Weekend before last we saw Mark and Cheryl, the lovely people who build Travelbug pods, and while chatting G mentioned that shoes at night time … Continue reading Storage, the joy of Velcro, and just some general stuff on escape pod practicalities.
Just a few photos from our first outing in the new Travelbug Eco Pod. Set up was very quick. Even the tent setup was easy even though we had not removed it from its carrying bag before. The parrots are friendly. We were lucky to have had recent rain so the falls were active.
So the big reason for getting the pod was to facilitate fast weekend getaways. This weekend we went up the Sunshine coast to Cotton Tree, not a lot of time to write a long post, but just wanted to share one of Gary's lovely photos, taken just after sunrise. A couple of notes about Cotton … Continue reading Worshipping the Dawn