Today, we're appearing in The Guardian special supplement on yurt camps, tipis and other types of cool camping. True, we're not a featured article (not this year, anyway). Nor are we running a big, flashy, stylishly understated ad like this:
We're appearing in the lineage ads at the back. Which, with only 15 bookings available this summer, is perfect.
If you've come to this blog from that lineage ad, via the website, hi. What you have in front of you is many hours of finding out exactly how, why (and even when) we got where we are today. I'm told it's a good read, but a dangerous one - a new friend told Her Outdoors I owe him half a day's work, which is what he lost when he started reading it. (Fortunately, I don't have a clue how to do his job.)
If you end up booking, as a reader of the only newspaper worth reading, an interest in yurts, animals, smallholding, self-sufficiency, family, prehistory, organic food, good wine and all things related, you'll be very welcome.