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Happiness in Simplicity

A LITTLE CARAVANNING HISTORY

At the end of the first decade of the twentieth century, the young artist Frances Jennings became a semi-invalid and was advised by her doctor to spend as much time as she could in the open air.  557 more words

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Ash - Family Matters

Can I do a roll like this? Olivia tucked in her right wing and rolled, relaxing her left wing. Wheee!

She rotated as she plummeted, the lights of the roads below her twinkling. 4,590 more words

Stone Burners

Some are born Nomads

Coping as an expat in a strange country is sometimes more difficult than it sounds.  Just as newly weds need some time to adjust in a new marriage, the same applies to you and a different country. 478 more words

Expat

A hidden gem in the heart of Mexico

We clamber into our carriage aboard El Chepe bleary eyed but excited, the past days of frustration seem a distant memory as we wait for the whistle to blow and the train to roll out of the station. 1,195 more words

Backpacker

Vardo Plans: Reading Caravan

Many considerations concerning floor plans and general layout have come my way over the years.  I am compiling as many as possible to post here.  To start things off, here is the iconic Reading Waggon by Dunton’s (note: two “g’s” in the older British spelling). 211 more words

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Whatever

A little over four years ago a team from British Youth for Christ (YFC) visited Hereford with a cage. They erected this cage in various places, including in the centre of High Town, where passers-by were invited to play two-a-side football (soccer). 528 more words

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