Thank You Very Much!

Thank You Very Much!

It’s just one of those moments when I feel humbled by my lovely viewers and special patrons. Thanks so much for all your lovely support. Videos mentioned: Glastonbury Gabriel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLo1-Nvbkqn2tW6IUorOwuQ The Vobes Show: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdI_KaatiP-swYJyQcciWUA PLEASE SUPPORT THE BALD EXPLORERMy videos are funded by people like you. If you enjoy them, please help me make more: […]

The Quest For England – In Which I Decide I want A Few Acres to Farm Myself

The Quest For England - In Which I Decide I want A Few Acres to Farm Myself

Two books have made me think, and think hard. The modern way has long been nagging at me. Nagging that is, that something is not right. It seems I cannot trust shops and the food we buy from them. I need to get down and dirty with the earth and grow my own. PLEASE SUPPORT […]

The Quest For England – In Which I Visit The South Downs Near Falmer

The Quest For England - In Which I Visit The South Downs Near Falmer

I am out walking again on the South Downs. This time I am just south of Falmer, close to Brighton, exploring the countryside. There is a rare patch of download turf here that is buzzing with insects and wild flowers. It is a joy to behold. PLEASE SUPPORT THE BALD EXPLORERMy videos are funded by […]

The Quest For England – In Which Julia and I Look at Stanmer Park’s Trees

The Quest For England - In Which Julia and I Look at Stanmer Park's Trees

The lovely Julia, and little Joseph, have taken a trip to Stanmer Park near Brighton, to have a look at the wonderful beech trees and explore the northern part of the parkland. PLEASE SUPPORT THE BALD EXPLORERMy videos are funded by people like you. If you enjoy them, please help me make more: Visit http://BaldExplorer.com […]

The Quest For England – In Which Lee Dallyn Tells Me What Farmers Really Do

The Quest For England - In Which Lee Dallyn Tells Me What Farmers Really Do

I have been curious what farmers in England are doing to protect the wildlife in the country. The period after the Second World War saw intensive farming remove hedgerows, combine smaller fields into larger ones, the increase usage of pesticides and herbicides and other such horrors which changed the face of the traditional farming landscape. […]