In the last of the series, Ben meets a photographer living out his childhood dream in Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild on Channel 5
Ben Fogle meets someone who truly followed the call of the wild in the last in the series of Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild on Channel 5.
Dan Price gave up his job as a photographer to live the remotest of lifestyles in a meadow in Oregon, USA.
It’s so remote in fact that Ben doesn’t even spot his home at first.
That's because it’s an underground Hobbit hole, built into a hill and made out of reclaimed materials he gathered over 30 years.
It’s a dream come true for Dan.
He used to love his childhood dens and now he’s living in one all the time.
But there’s a lot more to this den.
In nearby hidey holes he has a compost toilet and a sweat lodge.
Although it may seem idyllic, there’s sadness behind his new, minimalist life.
Dan also shares with Ben his fears for the future of his meadow.
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TV Times rating: ****
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