TheManOutdoors Clothing Collection Becomes Reality

TheManOutdoors Clothing Collection Becomes Reality

Over the last few weeks I've got a few PM's asking me about my blue T-Shirt worn in a few of my posts with my logo on. After a lot of late nights, TheManOutdoors Collection is becoming a reality! I've been testing some samples and I'm over the moon with the results! The first set of designs are up and ready to purchase via my shop here. All clothing is 100% Organic, using 100% GMO-free cotton plants! Made in a wind powered factory, low carbon, GM free and hand finished in the UK!…continue reading →
First T-Shirts Have Arrived

First T-Shirts Have Arrived

A very exciting day, TheManOutdoors first organic t-shirts have arrived and look great! With an organic, ethical and wind powered supply chain behind the products and clearly, properly communicate, we are able to show you the full traceability of our products. So from the shirt on your back, through production with the organic vegetables ink and right back to the person in the field where the organic cotton was grown, you can see the whole story of our clothing. Clothing Eco Labels Just as your food tell you the high fat or salt…continue reading →
The aluminium bubble wrap spaceship

The aluminium bubble wrap spaceship

So Wander the Airstream has progressed a great deal since my last update. I have had to complete alot of external repairs to the skin from years of previous owners bodge jobs. After a great deal of work the body and windows are now watertight. Believe me doing these repairs in the English winter outside was NOT fun!!! Now however we can move on inside. Time to warm the old girl up. After fully sealing the shell from the inside, next is the insulation before moving on to the main wiring (running light…continue reading →
Airstream rear rebuild.

Airstream rear rebuild.

When we first got Wander the Airstream her rear end was in a sorry state. A large ugly aluminium panel covered some very bad previous repairs. So as part of her restoration it was our aim to put the rear back to as close to original as possible. Below is the first stage, removal of the massive aluminium panel that was not only leaking but so ugly too. Sometimes when you want to put things back together correctly you have remove alot more then you think. Below I had to remove the original…continue reading →
Essential tips for your first-time wild camping

Essential tips for your first-time wild camping

Photo above from Coleman Tents. Camping wild is something everyone should experience in my eyes, however there are some very simple gold rules to remember. Here are my top tips for wild camping to that you have a great trip and a wonderful nights sleep under the stars. 1 Where in the countryside are you allowed to wild camp in the UK? Scotland is the only location where you can legally camp in the wild. England, Wales and Northern Ireland you need to ask the landowner’s permission. However in many hills areas such…continue reading →