July and the Socially Distanced Camping Experiment

During lockdown we’ve been very good and done our best to follow the rules, use our common sense and keep ourselves, our family and others safe. 3 out of 4 of us stayed home all the time. KB soldiered on at the NHS and I homeschooled the anklebiterz and set and marked work for my own students. We took our daily walk, kept our distance … Continue reading July and the Socially Distanced Camping Experiment

Lockdown Nostalgia Volume 1 The Red Book of the Road

Our 2nd #Campervanniversary has passed without us journeying forth to celebrate. Indeed the wagon is descansando on the driveway and has been pretty much the whole time since lockdown began in March. Almost 3 weeks of sheltering KB when he had to isolate from the rest of us is the most action it has seen in months and so, I am reliving past wanderings with … Continue reading Lockdown Nostalgia Volume 1 The Red Book of the Road

Dorset

3 nights at Corfe Castle Caravan & Camping Club, after much to-ing and fro-ing with booking problems £96 including EHU, which was, quite frankly, more than we wanted to pay in late October. It was a full club site rather than a CS and wasn’t our original choice, but as per usual we hadn’t booked that far in advance, so we just took it. It … Continue reading Dorset

Ludlow with the folks

Another September another trip to the Ludlow food festival, sans Haakers again, but this time with mother and Dad, who had been touring the highways and byways of Herefordshire and Gloucestershire. We had successfully booked in with Mrs Woman, and made a prompt departure via the beautiful M6 Toll road. Extremely luckily the weather was fine and we had a warm welcome on the (empty … Continue reading Ludlow with the folks