Gone Bush

James Baroud Evasion RTT on a Stockman Pod

The most important benefit of fitting the James Baroud Evasion RTT to the Stockman Pod Extreme is that at just 1.5 metres off the ground a fall is substantially less dangerous. To further reduce the danger of falling, I’ve decided to fit my RTT so that the entry will be from the rear using a set of well formed, large and stable steps. This rear entry concept does have an impact on the method I’ve chosen to fit my RTT…

Stockman Pod Extreme Delivery Notes

This is a short note to cover the adjustments that I made to the standard Stockman Pod Extreme product, that do not appear on their options list.

ReGIS Graphics for Arduino & RC2014

ReGIS graphics for embedded (serial) devices on Windows 10. Uses WSL Ubuntu and XTerm to provide vector graphical output for serial connected embedded devices.

Test Camping

I’ve pitched a camp to test that I’ve got all the required things. The lists are great, but they don’t necessarily match completely with reality. It is still a few months before my vehicle and pod trailer are going to be available, so my old station wagon is serving as the test mule. I loaded everything in and transported it to the camp. It took two trips as I’m minding an extra dog, and have to allow space to transport…

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