Knaresborough Wandering

The journey from Hawes to Knaresborough is fairly uneventful, but the sub-zero temperatures, icy narrow lanes and small villages remind us that towing a caravan is a great responsibility. Up hill and over dale, round bends, this way and that way, hair raising in morning icy temperatures. Only a short journey today, however, this time... Continue Reading →

Faterwalls

Bit of a one off blog here after a fab day out in and around Hawes whilst staying at the Caravan and Motorhome Club Site.The title, a play on words. Those that know me know that I have many 'Debraisms,' words where I may swap letters around, or simply say them wrong. Faterwalls, Par Cark,... Continue Reading →

The Longleat Gift

Just over a year ago I volunteered The Boss to make this... The New Forest Gift Knowing that we had left our mark on the New Forest Centenary site... and also knowing that 'I' was the person to volunteer his services... our Longleat Wardens started to wonder, out loud, what could be added to the... Continue Reading →

Back to The Grindstone

The last four months has flown by, in the blink of an eye. Our first season as assistant wardens at the New Forest Centenary Site finished early last November. We were more than ready for a break. Six weeks winter caravanning followed by some Jellybean time took us into 2019. Six weeks of winter sunshine... Continue Reading →

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