Post-adventure recovery for daddy and Young Johnston. New clothes, salt and vinegar sticks and a hot chocolate.
When you own a house, you’re always saying you need more storage. For every new dress or outfit, you need a bigger or better wardrobe.
A February break with nowhere to go, what do you do? Bernie has been in need of some new storage and finally here was a
I needed some. So I built some. One of the things that has impressed me since I started building Bernie in a camper colossus is
A second three weeks of lockdown has just been announced. So back to the van for the next job, making a midge net for the
The lockdown is almost three weeks old. We can’t go out unless absolutely necessary. As a family who loves the outdoors, we stand and stare
Tap…. Tap…. Tap…. Tap…. …multiplied by at least 50,000 this week. That’s the noise made as I tap on whatever device I have available, whether
It’s always more interesting to look at how a child sees something. I’ve spent hours/days/months looking online and speaking to friends to find the best
Last door carpeted today and accessories added. But where will I keep my axe?
When Young Johnston was a baby, he had something called a cosy toe, which kept him warm in his buggy. Now daddy has one. Time
A few shots plying the van and starting the roof and wall carpeting with the help of The King.
I appreciate good insulation. I have plenty myself which means I’m usually too hot rather than too cold. Even on a mountain top in winter,