It has been over 6 months since I last gave you an update about what we’re working on. I think you’re well overdue an update. Albeit a short one.
A change of plans
Our best laid plans for winter projects fell through due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
Fortunately my local area has some lovely wide open spaces to get lost in. Over the last few months I’ve thoroughly enjoyed exploring, and mapping, what’s on my doorstep.
It also helps that the weather has been particularly warm and sunny this Spring here in the UK, after a very wet Winter.
Here’s a great viewpoint looking over the towns of Fleet and Farnborough, Hampshire, England, and kilometres beyond in the glorious Spring sunshine.
It’s a great spot to watch planes taking off from Farnborough Airport (FAB).
With new found time on our hands, we turned Treehouse after-school club content into remote adventure lessons, and then into guided tours for adults too.
The virtual tour concept has proven really popular with all age groups – we’re all explorers at heart.
You can still join a virtual adventures. They are running them until the end of April. Sign up as an:
Hopefully we’ll be able to continue this type of virtual education far into the future. Watch this space.
Join us around the Campfire
Everyday we get emails from people asking for support.
We’re more than happy to try and answer them, or find someone who can, but as anyone who has emailed us knows, this can take some time.
In attempt to provide better answers, faster, we want to tap into the vast knowledge of the 360 photographer community.
To do this we’ve spun up a new public forum, Campfire.
Update 2021-09-06: Campfire has now been replaced by a Discord server.
We want Campfire to be a further extension of this openness, allowing the community to come together, share information, and help each other out.
A new Trek Pack?
More on that next week!
Let’s keep in touch
A number of people have asked me if we have a newsletter.
The answer is; kind of.
All the latest Trek View news can be found on our Facebook page:
If you want to follow some of our field work, we publish “little planet“ photos on Instagram almost everyday.
Speak to you all again very soon!