Written by Phil Brown, Bager Bushcraft Tuesday, 23 November 2010 14:28
After many busy weeks it has finally got to a stage where I just have to clean our Land Rover Defender 110 County. Despite the mud and clay I still think the vehicle looks awesome!
With time for basic chores very limited over the last several months I have not had the time to clean our poor Land Rover.
The vehicle was given a thorough caking in the finest mud West Sussex could throw at it last week when we were removing cordwood after a woodland management project.
Our Defender is kitted out with General Grabber AT IIs which have proved to be essential in gaining access to some of the remote areas we work in.
It certainly looks like I will be exceptionally busy with the pressure washer in the coming days as I would like to get right under the vehicle to remove all the mud and clay. Also looks like I will be getting rather wet and dirty in the process!
Let’s hope I can get this all done before the end of the week as the Defender needs to look smart for a project we are designing and delivering. On Friday we are working at a school in Mid-Kent delivering a bespoke bushcraft and survival course for 140 young people!