As Johnny Horton once said . . .
We fly out on Monday to fulfill one of Sandie's dreams and "do" Alaska. She wants to see puffins too.
I've got a new compact professional video camera to take with us and yes, I'll do a DVD on the whole thing.
Today is last day orders can be sent until my return on September 11.
In response to a million requests and suggestions, Grey Nomad 101 is gradually adding an on-line alternative to our DVDs.
We're trying 2 different platforms:
Vimeo. Click the link to see what we've done with Caravan Cooking 101 - it's now available to rent or hire as individual dishes or as a collection.
In-House. This link is to a pilot video on how to choose your caravan site, and is available to purchase as a download.
All comments and feedback welcome please.
Finally, the Limited Edition Collection is up and running. Click on the Canvas Prints menu tab at the top of the page.
That's right, some of my best shots from our travels, preserved on high quality canvas, framed ready to hang. It's taken me this long to find a company that does good quality work at a price that's not prohibitive. they're not cheap either (you get what you pay for!) but they're affordable, and I'll be able to price them reasonably attractively for you.
Stay tuned . . .
This Tassie epic is now available! First production run sold out immediately, second run now to hand. It's a 6 hour monster - see catalogue for details.
Well, after 4 months solid work, I've finally finished editing Grey Nomad 107 "Tasmania". It's a 6 hour epic, and my best effort yet, I think.
Stand by for release 18th March.
Another Winner December 27 2014, 0 Comments
Congrats to Geraldine McQuaid, the winner of our latest (somewhat irregular!) prize draw. She's scored a copy of GN107 when it comes out.
We're finally back home in WA, and the mammoth task of editing GN107 has begun. It should be out early in the New Year, and is promising to be a huge production.
Just about to do the Hobart show, then it's off around the western side of Tassie. We've got some great stuff lined up to film, including the Wilderness Railway and Gordon River Cruise - we can't wait. Then it's back home to WA to start the awesome editing process, with GN107 scheduled for early in the new year.
But we'll be back in Tassie in 3 weeks time to do the Western side.
Meanwhile, we've reaquainted ourselves with one of the world's best camping spots!