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  • Day 14~ Back to the Ice Age So we spent last night high up in a ski resort, overlooking towering mountains and glossy modern ski chalets made of glass. I cooked up a chicken curry then suddenly decided I needed a walk. It had been another long Posted by CariadJohn in To the South of the North! | Aug 11, 2022
  • Day 12 & 13 Blog Catch Up I’ve had to resort in combining two days into one write up! I’m exhausted by the Norwegian roads and I haven’t even been driving! It’s been a hectic 2 days, involving sleeping by a fjord, where we dipped and sleeping Posted by CariadJohn in To the South of the North! | Aug 10, 2022
  • Day 6 Bryggen Time Day 6 So I left you on a bit of a cliffhanger last night, with the news of the water leak! Thanks for your offer of help Brigette, but we were very lucky in that Ioan was visiting last night Posted by CariadJohn in To the South of the North! | Aug 3, 2022
  • Day 5 ~ Soaking in Smogen! So I left you with the dilemma of the undrinkable fizzy cat’s pee. In case you laid awake all night wondering, it went down the sink and I opened a can of Strongbow Dark Fruits I’d brought with me. Stay Posted by CariadJohn in To the South of the North! | Aug 2, 2022
  • Day 10 - 11==Into Kentucky==Day 10 - 9:38am About an hour on the road. Illinois, where we are travelling on I-64 is flatter and richer in farmland than our travels through Missouri. Fields of canola break up the fields of Posted by BevH in Harvey's on the road again | May 24, 2022
  • Day 5 - 6==Wyoming to Nebraska on the I-80==11:44 am. After leaving our overnight location in Laramie we climbed and finally found the trees which had seemed absent since entering Wyoming. Made a stop at the State Capitol in Cheyenne, questioning our me Posted by BevH in Harvey's on the road again | May 17, 2022
  • Day 3-4 We crossed into Idaho, travelling the Interstate 82 to the Interstate 84. In Idaho the speed limit goes up -- 80 mph on the I-84. Wow! We travel between 60-65 mph. Let me explain the subtitle-- breakfast at Posted by BevH in Harvey's on the road again | May 17, 2022
  • Day 1-2After a 5 1/2 hour delay due to someone forgetting an item at home, we left Victoria under sunny skies on the MV Coho. The ride was a little rocky on the water and also for the start of Posted by BevH in Harvey's on the road again | May 16, 2022
  • Bantry to The Ring of Kerry - WAW continued ........A change from the coast road to start and my favourite drive, well a close call with the drive on the The Ring of Beara - the N71 to Kenmare stunning mountain road - known as the Caha Pass, Posted by tjcampergirl in TJ Camper Girl | Nov 10, 2019
  • Tour 1 ~ Dartmoor to HomeDespite the strong wind really buffeting the van last night, I slept really well. I didn't even hear David get up in the night. When I look out of the window of the van this morning, I see a herd Posted by Thor Geriatruck in Travels with Thor the Geriatruck | May 15, 2019
  • Tour 1 ~ Dartmoor to HomeDespite the strong wind really buffeting the van last night, I slept really well. I didn't even hear David get up in the night. When I look out of the window of the van this morning, I see a herd Posted by Thor Geriatruck in Thor The Geriatruck | May 15, 2019
  • Tour 1 ~ Exmoor to DartmoorIt was an interesting night, disturbed by strange dreams (thanks to the Lariam we are still taking from our trip to The Gambia last month); the fact that is was a new bed and a new experience; too much to Posted by Thor Geriatruck in Thor The Geriatruck | May 14, 2019
  • Tour 1 ~ Home to ExmoorStocking up a motorhome for the first time is a little like furnishing a new home: you need everything from salt and pepper, through toilet paper, towels, washing up liquid and potato peeler. Luckily (if I can use that word Posted by Thor Geriatruck in Thor The Geriatruck | May 13, 2019
  • Tour 1 - Home to ExmoorStocking up a motorhome for the first time is a little like furnishing a new home: you need everything from salt and pepper, through toilet paper, towels, washing up liquid and potato peeler. Luckily (if I can use that word Posted by Grete Howard in Travels with Thor the Geriatruck | May 13, 2019
  • My First Walt Disney Family Museum Visit[left]I have managed to pick up a chest cold so we got off to a late start today as I wasn't feeling very well. It was early afternoon when we headed back to San Francisco to check out the Walt Disney Posted by BFenech in My World Travel Experience | Oct 1, 2017
  • ParksvilleSo we got on the road about 11 am from Victoria, wanting to beat the Friday afternoon migration of the people who work downtown Victoria which seems worse come Friday as it mixes with the travellers that try to leave Posted by BevH in Roaming around British Columbia - 2017 | May 27, 2017
  • cartref modurSo why do I feel the need to refer to RV's, motorhomes and camping cars as.... cartref modur Well why not If the anglophobic French can refer to their beloved Chaussons as CAMPING CARS why shouldn't someone who has welsh ancestry use Posted by michaeldew in Preparation | Jul 2, 2015
  • Where to beginHaving taken the step to buy a camping car/rv/motorhome (cartref modur) the next question is what do I do with it?? Drive it of course Whereto? Wherever you fancy going... Anywhere? Well...within reason...avoid military installations and les Posted by michaeldew in Preparation | Jul 2, 2015
  • Bringing Holly home. Having retired after 25 years running a wholesale drinks company in Spain, Susan and I decided it was time to travel and see as much as we possible could on four wheels. In the 7 Posted by The Spelmans in The Spelmans Great Adventures | Oct 6, 2014
  • Preparation for Departure Well....... Here we go again. This time we have decided to hit the master rest button on our life in San Diego. We have sold our house, we are placing all of our belongings we can't carry into Posted by Trainwater in Discovering America | Feb 6, 2013
  • Booked!The RV has been BOOKED and so the adventure is offcially ON! After looking at so many (feels like hundreds) of quotes, changing our minds 16 times and getting stressed that availability is running seriously low - we have finally booked Posted by luluandstone in LuLu and Stones American Adventure | Apr 7, 2011

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