Aaaaanndd Relax!

After a busy few months of using our caravan for other purposes, we were particularly looking forward to getting back to using it for leisure again. Read all about our wonderful weekend in Rutland here!

Naidex- A Wheelie Good Day Out

This year we were excited to be attending the Naidex Show for the very first time. “What is Naidex?” I hear you ask. It turns out that it’s the most established exhibition in Europe dedicated to people with disabilities, and a place where trade, professionals and consumers can all get together. We couldn’t wait to get stuck in!

An Update

Hello everyone! I hope you’re all well and are having a wonderful year so far. It’s been a busy few months for us and you may have noticed that my blog posts have been slightly different and a bit less frequent- well, there’s been a bit going on behind the scenes and I thought I’d give you a little update.

The Accessible Camping Show

When you have a disability it can be all too easy to assume that you can’t easily get out and explore in a leisure vehicle, but you’d be surprised at the amount of assistive devices available. From grab handles and auto levelling systems to profiling beds and hoists, there really is no limit.

A Survival Guide To An NEC Show

If you have ever attended a big event at the NEC in Birmingham then you will understand that it pays to be organised. So with the Camping, Caravanning and Motorhome show 2019 just around the corner, I thought I’d share some of our best tips that we've picked up from several years of visiting the shows.

Four Seasons of Caravanning

Since the end of the year is just around the corner I thought I’d take a little look back at our first full year with our beloved adventure-mobile. We can’t quite believe how quickly it’s flown by, yet at the same time it feels like we’ve had it forever. And although it has only been a year, we’ve become so comfortable with the whole caravanning thing- it really is our home from home!

A Wintery Weekend in Wareham

With storm Diana in full swing and no sign of improvement in the forecast, we were contemplating cancelling our long weekend away. But after some deliberation we came to the conclusion that if it was going to continue raining horizontally we’d much rather spend the weekend bunkering down in a cosy caravan than stuck inside at home. But did this end up being the right decision?

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