Tweet One of the challenges of organising a multi day hiking or bushwalking trip is sharing information between members of the party. Sometimes we walk with people from other States or even Countries, so clear and easy communication is important. For example, Who is taking the stove? Who has a good set of pots? Who […]
Tweet Food to Go, our eBook on menu ideas and recipes for outdoor trips has been selling at a steady rate, although we are not quite ready to retire on the proceeds yet! Many thanks to anyone who has purchased the book, the feedback has been very positive! There has been some interest in producing […]
Tweet Cooking classes are a great way to meet other travelers and experience how food is created in a country you are visiting. One of the interesting things about Asian countries is their fresh food markets and we always take a wander through them to get an understanding of how things are done and what […]
Just a quick post to let you know we are still busily editing Food to Go, our new guide on how to eat well in the outdoors.
So,what is the current state of play?
Food to Go will be over 120 pages
It includes over 50 high quality images taken specially for the book by our co-author Deb Hadskis.
Bill Journee from Social Media Solutions is just about to start creating the masterpiece using Adobe InDesign.
We are worried it is going to be too long and have too much detail (not a bad problem to have)
It will sell in eBook format (you will download it from here) for $A19.90.
In this post we let your know the various chapter names and share some of the great images takes especially for the book by Deb Hadskis.
Tweet Few places on Earth have water as pristine as in the Tasmanian wilderness. These few words made me feel like getting on a plane and heading down to Tasmania for a long cool drink…. The top of Hartnett Falls – check out how clear the water is…. Regular readers of “Our Hiking Blog” will […]
Tweet How can you make a multi day hiking trip great? What’s the best preparation before you leave on your next bushwalking trip? What are eight key ideas that will elevate your trip to “one of the best”? Reducing risk on your next trek, some ideas. We have put together our “Top 8″ list of […]
Lightweight food for a 9 day hike?
Making sure you are not bored with your hiking meals?
Some great ideas to keep you fuelled up on an long bushwalking trip?
What food to take on an extended hike is always something that challenges us before a trip. Balancing weight, freshness and variety all make for interesting discussions as we plan our menu
Tweet Our next hike is into the Walls of Jerusalem in Tasmania for a three nighter with a small party of friends. It is planned as a relaxed, pre Christmas trip, where the distances are short and we will be base camping for two nights. This will allow us to take some nice food and […]
Tweet Vegetarian hiking food? Tasty vegetarian treats from an experienced hiker and bushwalker? Simple vegetarian food ideas for a multi day hiking trip? Clare give us her ideas to keep any vegetarian happy with a full stomach on a hiking trip. Clare, our eldest daughter, is in the second year of an Outdoor Education degree. […]
Tweet Stuck for meal ideas for your next hike? Can’t decide what to eat for lunch or dinner while you are hiking? What is the best and lightest food to take on a bushwalking trip? How can we make sure food lasts on a multi-day hike? Lauren emailed us asking for suggestions about organising food […]