Finding bliss

I’d been dreaming about buying a caravan for many years, and it took me a long time to twist my husband’s arm into getting one. He didn’t grow up going on holidays in caravans – he had more of a lodge/hotel room experience. During my first marriage, we camped in tents not being able to … More Finding bliss

Here’s a wonderful snapshot of vintage caravans (or trailers as they call them in the US). Definitely eye candy for me. So many sizes, shapes, colours and designs have been created throughout the years. I like to take “home” with me when I travel – and I’m not the only one!

Budgewoi for xmas

We stayed at Budgewoi Holiday Park from Boxing Day to January 4th 2016. The park is covered in lots of trees which provide cool shade during the day and the sites are large and grassy. It is on the lake, and was perfect for our recently purchased Old Town canoe. Boo Boo wasn’t too keen … More Budgewoi for xmas

Canowindra Calling

My darling sister-in-law and sweet friend, Vivien, took her life on Sunday 2 August. I write about Vivien on my other blog Every Cloud has a Silver Lining. Suffice to say, the last few weeks have been a traumatic and profoundly sad time for the Robson family. After the funeral, Justin and I grabbed Lucy, … More Canowindra Calling