How I Built My Battery Powered Music Studio Computer

In this post I’ll show you how I built my music studio computer and modified it and the screens to run from a 12 Volt DC power supply.  I knew I would be running from battery power and I would be using the studio for long stretches at a time so it was important that everything was as efficient and low-powered as possible. Even 10 … Continue reading How I Built My Battery Powered Music Studio Computer

Some Useful Resources For Van Builders

In this post I’ll list several of the most important resources that helped me during my van conversion. From Van to Home – Mike Hudson  If the expression ‘standing on the shoulders of giants’ is anything to go by then Mike Hudson is truly a giant. I discovered this book after I had bought my van and was looking for inspiration and information about LDV Convoys. This … Continue reading Some Useful Resources For Van Builders

Urban Exploring in Ghent

Urban exploration (often shortened as UE, urbex and sometimes known as roof-and-tunnel hacking) is the exploration of man-made structures, usually abandoned ruins or not usually seen components of the man-made environment. (Thank you Wikipedia, I love a bit of Urban Exploration. For me it’s often much more exciting than wandering around the centre of a city or the touristy ‘must see’s‘. Not that the … Continue reading Urban Exploring in Ghent

Baden-Wurttemberg by Van

I went to stay with Manu in her hometown of Niederstetten which is about 40 mins south of the city of Würzburg in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg. Baden-Wurttemberg is the third largest state in Germany and sits in the southwest, east of the Rhine, bordering with France. The scenery here is breathtaking and so different from Spain and Portugal where I spent the winter. There are … Continue reading Baden-Wurttemberg by Van