Interactive Brochure

February 14, 2012

After putting a downloadable PDF brochure on the website last week. I’ve been working on a flip book type interactive version, that can be posted on websites or sent out as an e-mail.

This simple online version of a paper brochure can be read on screen, with pages that turn just like a real glossy magazine.

Its quite simple, just click on the photo or the link: Interactive Brochure  in this post and you will open the brochure online.  All you need to do to read it, is to either drag the bottom right corner, to turn a page or simply click in the corner and the pages turns as well.

If you need a download version click on the PDF link. This can be printed out.  Downloadable Brochure

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Weather forecast for Reims | Local | France

February 11, 2012

I found this site on the net which gives a pretty accurate weather forecast for our region.

Weather forecast for Reims | Local | France.



Jeez what a storm!!!!…

June 30, 2011

I was happily eating my dinner after a spot of tench fishing, when the wind got up and it started spitting with rain… No worries, I just moved myself and gear under the tarp and finished my dinner. As I lay in the hammock, the wind got stronger and the rain heavier…and heavier and heavier.. It was a sheet of water and a violent swirling wind. When the paracord guy rope to my DD tarp broke off and it flapped uncontrollably in the wind I decided to knock it on the head and head for home.
Myself and my gear were by now totally soaked. With the carabineer ridge line and tree straps I was able to take down the tarp and hammock in a couple of clicks and bundle it into the motor. I gathered my billies and stove and was off from the lake presto…lightening was dropping all around, and we are in a thick wooded valley.
The roads on my route home were flooded and we had no electricity when I did arrive (A falling tree had taken out the power lines). So while I’ve been happily camping out so far all spring and summer in the DD hammock & tarp set up, it isn’t too clever in 80mph winds and monsoon rain. Read the rest of this entry »