Welsh Under Canvas [Radio Wales]

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012017081920180908 (RW)The Welsh love to camp. The Welsh have always loved to camp.
Or have they? Gareth Gwynn's not so sure, and he's packing his own canvas pop-up and gas stove to find out where the dividing line comes between the dreams of pitching under the stars on the dunes of Gower or Barmouth and the realities of soggy nights at municipal campsites.

Over two weeks Gareth rekindles his own childhood experiences, and also those of his grandfather whose bicycle trips to camp at Llangollen in the 1930s seem the very essence of reconnecting with nature on the ultimate simple holiday.

First, the budget experience as we spend a night at a former bomb factory at Pembrey in Carmarthenshire in the company of a group of self-styled 'minimalists' from Seattle, evangelist of the 'tiny campsite' Dixe Wills, and Everest conqueror Tori James.

What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

Gareth Gwynn rekindles his childhood camping experiences.

012017081920190826 (RW)The Welsh love to camp. The Welsh have always loved to camp.
Or have they? Gareth Gwynn's not so sure, and he's packing his own canvas pop-up and gas stove to find out where the dividing line comes between the dreams of pitching under the stars on the dunes of Gower or Barmouth and the realities of soggy nights at municipal campsites.

Over two weeks Gareth rekindles his own childhood experiences, and also those of his grandfather whose bicycle trips to camp at Llangollen in the 1930s seem the very essence of reconnecting with nature on the ultimate simple holiday.

First, the budget experience as we spend a night at a former bomb factory at Pembrey in Carmarthenshire in the company of a group of self-styled 'minimalists' from Seattle, evangelist of the 'tiny campsite' Dixe Wills, and Everest conqueror Tori James.

What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

Gareth Gwynn rekindles his childhood camping experiences.

012017081920200912 (RW)The Welsh love to camp. The Welsh have always loved to camp.
Or have they? Gareth Gwynn's not so sure, and he's packing his own canvas pop-up and gas stove to find out where the dividing line comes between the dreams of pitching under the stars on the dunes of Gower or Barmouth and the realities of soggy nights at municipal campsites.

Over two weeks Gareth rekindles his own childhood experiences, and also those of his grandfather whose bicycle trips to camp at Llangollen in the 1930s seem the very essence of reconnecting with nature on the ultimate simple holiday.

First, the budget experience as we spend a night at a former bomb factory at Pembrey in Carmarthenshire in the company of a group of self-styled 'minimalists' from Seattle, evangelist of the 'tiny campsite' Dixe Wills, and Everest conqueror Tori James.

What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

Gareth Gwynn rekindles his childhood camping experiences.

0120170819What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

Gareth Gwynn rekindles his childhood camping experiences.

012017081920170820 (RW)What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

Gareth Gwynn rekindles his childhood camping experiences.

012017081920171029 (RW)What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

Gareth Gwynn rekindles his childhood camping experiences.

012017082620190902 (RW)The Welsh love to camp. The Welsh have always loved to camp.
Or have they? Gareth Gwynn's not so sure, and he's packing his own canvas pop-up and gas stove to find out where the dividing line comes between the dreams of pitching under the stars on the dunes of Gower or Barmouth and the realities of soggy nights at municipal campsites.

Over two weeks Gareth rekindles his own childhood experiences, and also those of his grandfather whose bicycle trips to camp at Llangollen in the 1930s seem the very essence of reconnecting with nature on the ultimate simple holiday.

This week, the luxury experience as we spend a night amongst the geodomes of a glamping company just outside Hay-on-Wye. And the search for authenticity also takes us into the hills around Presteigne where a unique project offers Somalis living in Wales a chance to reconnect with their culture.

What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

Gareth Gwynn rekindles his childhood camping experiences.

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01Part Two2017082620180915 (RW)The Welsh love to camp. The Welsh have always loved to camp.
Or have they? Gareth Gwynn's not so sure, and he's packing his own canvas pop-up and gas stove to find out where the dividing line comes between the dreams of pitching under the stars on the dunes of Gower or Barmouth and the realities of soggy nights at municipal campsites.

Over two weeks Gareth rekindles his own childhood experiences, and also those of his grandfather whose bicycle trips to camp at Llangollen in the 1930s seem the very essence of reconnecting with nature on the ultimate simple holiday.

This week, the luxury experience as we spend a night amongst the geodomes of a glamping company just outside Hay-on-Wye. And the search for authenticity also takes us into the hills around Presteigne where a unique project offers Somalis living in Wales a chance to reconnect with their culture.

What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

Gareth Gwynn rekindles his childhood camping experiences.

01Part Two2017082620190902 (RW)The Welsh love to camp. The Welsh have always loved to camp.
Or have they? Gareth Gwynn's not so sure, and he's packing his own canvas pop-up and gas stove to find out where the dividing line comes between the dreams of pitching under the stars on the dunes of Gower or Barmouth and the realities of soggy nights at municipal campsites.

Over two weeks Gareth rekindles his own childhood experiences, and also those of his grandfather whose bicycle trips to camp at Llangollen in the 1930s seem the very essence of reconnecting with nature on the ultimate simple holiday.

This week, the luxury experience as we spend a night amongst the geodomes of a glamping company just outside Hay-on-Wye. And the search for authenticity also takes us into the hills around Presteigne where a unique project offers Somalis living in Wales a chance to reconnect with their culture.

What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

Gareth Gwynn rekindles his childhood camping experiences.

01Part Two2017082620200919 (RW)The Welsh love to camp. The Welsh have always loved to camp.
Or have they? Gareth Gwynn's not so sure, and he's packing his own canvas pop-up and gas stove to find out where the dividing line comes between the dreams of pitching under the stars on the dunes of Gower or Barmouth and the realities of soggy nights at municipal campsites.

Over two weeks Gareth rekindles his own childhood experiences, and also those of his grandfather whose bicycle trips to camp at Llangollen in the 1930s seem the very essence of reconnecting with nature on the ultimate simple holiday.

This week, the luxury experience as we spend a night amongst the geodomes of a glamping company just outside Hay-on-Wye. And the search for authenticity also takes us into the hills around Presteigne where a unique project offers Somalis living in Wales a chance to reconnect with their culture.

What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

Gareth Gwynn rekindles his childhood camping experiences.

01Part Two2017082620170827 (RW)What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

Gareth Gwynn rekindles his childhood camping experiences.

01Part Two2017082620171105 (RW)What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

Gareth Gwynn rekindles his childhood camping experiences.

01012017081920180908 (RW)What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

The Welsh love to camp. The Welsh have always loved to camp. Or have they? Gareth Gwynn's not so sure, and he's packing his own canvas pop-up and gas stove to find out where the dividing line comes between the dreams of pitching under the stars on the dunes of Gower or Barmouth and the realities of soggy nights at municipal campsites.

Over two weeks Gareth rekindles his own childhood experiences, and also those of his grandfather whose bicycle trips to camp at Llangollen in the 30s seem the very essence of reconnecting with nature on the ultimate simple holiday.

Gareth Gwynn rekindles his childhood camping experiences.

The Welsh love to camp. The Welsh have always loved to camp.
Or have they? Gareth Gwynn's not so sure, and he's packing his own canvas pop-up and gas stove to find out where the dividing line comes between the dreams of pitching under the stars on the dunes of Gower or Barmouth and the realities of soggy nights at municipal campsites.

Over two weeks Gareth rekindles his own childhood experiences, and also those of his grandfather whose bicycle trips to camp at Llangollen in the 1930s seem the very essence of reconnecting with nature on the ultimate simple holiday.

First, the budget experience as we spend a night at a former bomb factory at Pembrey in Carmarthenshire in the company of a group of self-styled 'minimalists' from Seattle, evangelist of the 'tiny campsite' Dixe Wills, and Everest conqueror Tori James.

Over two weeks Gareth rekindles his own childhood experiences, and also those of his grandfather whose bicycle trips to camp at Llangollen in the 30s seem the very essence of reconnecting with nature on the ultimate simple holiday.

010120171029What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

The Welsh love to camp. The Welsh have always loved to camp.
Or have they? Gareth Gwynn's not so sure, and he's packing his own canvas pop-up and gas stove to find out where the dividing line comes between the dreams of pitching under the stars on the dunes of Gower or Barmouth and the realities of soggy nights at municipal campsites.

Over two weeks Gareth rekindles his own childhood experiences, and also those of his grandfather whose bicycle trips to camp at Llangollen in the 1930s seem the very essence of reconnecting with nature on the ultimate simple holiday.

First, the budget experience as we spend a night at a former bomb factory at Pembrey in Carmarthenshire in the company of a group of self-styled 'minimalists' from Seattle, evangelist of the 'tiny campsite' Dixe Wills, and Everest conqueror Tori James.

01022017082620180915 (RW)What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

The Welsh love to camp. The Welsh have always loved to camp.

Or have they? Gareth Gwynn's not so sure, and he's packing his own canvas pop-up and gas stove to find out where the dividing line comes between the dreams of pitching under the stars on the dunes of Gower or Barmouth and the realities of soggy nights at municipal campsites.

Over two weeks Gareth rekindles his own childhood experiences, and also those of his grandfather whose bicycle trips to camp at Llangollen in the 1930s seem the very essence of reconnecting with nature on the ultimate simple holiday.

This week, the luxury experience as we spend a night amongst the geodomes of a glamping company just outside Hay-on-Wye. And the search for authenticity also takes us into the hills around Presteigne where a unique project offers Somalis living in Wales a chance to reconnect with their culture.

The Welsh love to camp. The Welsh have always loved to camp.
Or have they? Gareth Gwynn's not so sure, and he's packing his own canvas pop-up and gas stove to find out where the dividing line comes between the dreams of pitching under the stars on the dunes of Gower or Barmouth and the realities of soggy nights at municipal campsites.

The Welsh love to camp. The Welsh have always loved to camp. Or have they? Gareth Gwynn's not so sure, and he's packing his own canvas pop-up and gas stove to find out where the dividing line comes between the dreams of pitching under the stars on the dunes of Gower or Barmouth and the realities of soggy nights at municipal campsites.

Gareth Gwynn rekindles his childhood camping experiences.

This week, the luxury experience as we spend a night amongst the geodomes of a glamping company just outside Hay-on-Wye. And the search for authenticity also takes us into the hills around Presteigne where a unique project offers Somalis living in Wales a chance to reconnect with their culture.

010220171105What is it about the Welsh and tents? Gareth Gwynn packs his pop-up to find out.

The Welsh love to camp. The Welsh have always loved to camp.
Or have they? Gareth Gwynn's not so sure, and he's packing his own canvas pop-up and gas stove to find out where the dividing line comes between the dreams of pitching under the stars on the dunes of Gower or Barmouth and the realities of soggy nights at municipal campsites.

Over two weeks Gareth rekindles his own childhood experiences, and also those of his grandfather whose bicycle trips to camp at Llangollen in the 1930s seem the very essence of reconnecting with nature on the ultimate simple holiday.

This week, the luxury experience as we spend a night amongst the geodomes of a glamping company just outside Hay-on-Wye. And the search for authenticity also takes us into the hills around Presteigne where a unique project offers Somalis living in Wales a chance to reconnect with their culture.