Recently came across a camper/caravan of the future on the
Weird RVs website.
Why not check it out?
Click on the link above, where there’s also
a short video so you can see how it works.
My only quandry with this design is:
Aren’t site owners going to want to charge you
two or three times the usual pitch fee for parking it up?
If you’re new to the world of campervan-type travel, what’s on offer can seem a bit daunting. What’s the difference between all the different types of vehicle out there? you might ask.
Well, here’s the link to a useful little blog which outlines the different vehicles and the sorts of costs you could be looking at if you decided to hire one and try it out for a while without having the commitment of ownership!
Now, I know you haven’t heard anything from us for a while… I still have to nag Steve to do a write-up for that trip up north, don’t I? But, to be quite honest, I’ve been that busy myself lately that I haven’t had time to do so. Why? Because I’ve been working on some campervan book-related projects… I’m quite excited about what’s coming up shortly for announcement on the blog, so keep your antennae polished ‘n’ perky (err… hope that doesn’t sound too dodgy!).
In the meantime, if you didn’t catch our campervan book videos, why not check them out on the Foley’s Forum Videos channel on YouTube?
Ever seen a trailer that looks good enough to eat?
Click on the link to visit the WEIRD RVs website and check out this weird & wonderful sight!
Set in a garden as it is, I reckon the trailer looks like it could be a contender for the Chelsea Flower Show – the Urban Garden category, perhaps?
Passing on a few interesting thoughts about travel from the Equatours blog...
When I started this blog, I thought I’d better subscribe to it myself. So hard up was I for subscribers! “But seriously”, I thought I’d better see what all my friendly neighbourhood subscribers were actually getting sent through to them so I could iron out any digital kinks…
Anyway, the last blog (Coast & Carn) came through a little bit squiggly in places. I’m guessing this is due to my positioning of some of the photos and adjustments our computers automatically make based on screen width.
In any case, if you want to see how the blog was ideally meant to look, then as subscribers you can click on the “URL” link bit at the top of your emailed blog… You’ll then be automatically transported, as if by a miracle, through the depths of cyberspace to the online version.
Greetings & apologies to my blog subscribers… I’m not sure in what universe clicking on ‘Save Draft’ and ‘Preview’ means ‘Go ahead and Publish’, but that’s technology for you. In any case, somehow, my first, unedited version of the blog was prematurely released and has a few errors.
The version that has been emailed out is still readable, but hopefully, the ‘Guess the Destination’ post now on the blog is free of all typos. So, please bear with me while I get my head round the technology – and let’s just hope it doesn’t happen next time. Thanks for your patience!