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As you all know we have a Bailey caravan and are caravan enthusiasts in general. So when we received an invitation from Bailey themselves to attend the press launch of their brand new caravan range- the Phoenix- it was an offer we couldn’t turn down.
Day 15 As we started heading south the landscape changed around us, we waved goodbye to the mountains and joined the motorway for the first time in weeks! Surrounded by the unfamiliar sight of buildings, people and traffic, it was clear we were no longer in the highlands. Although we were missing the scenery already... Continue Reading →
Day 11 By now we were experiencing typical Scottish weather, it would go from rain and hail to sun and blue skies within minutes. This made some of the most spectacular rainbows we’ve ever seen! We were on the road again and couldn’t wait to get to our next stop- Morvich Caravan and Motorhome club... Continue Reading →
Day 8 Excited for the adventures ahead we hit the road again. We couldn’t believe how lucky we had been so far with the weather and today was no different. Taking the scenic A9 up the east coast we got amazing coastal views on our way to our next stop- Dunnet Bay Caravan and Motorhome... Continue Reading →
Day 5 As we started heading north of Edinburgh the scenery got more and more stunning. We passed streams, lochs, huge forests and snow capped mountains, it was clear we had crossed into the Highlands! After a 4 hour drive we arrived at Culloden Moor Caravan and Motorhome club site where we would stay for... Continue Reading →
We’d dreamt of touring Scotland before we’d even picked up the caravan, so you can imagine our excitement when the time had come. We had booked all the campsites, planned out routes and packed everything we needed. We were finally ready to start this journey.
From lions and tigers, to mermaids. Our stay at Longleat caravan and Motorhome club site really did have it all.
After having a few days to recover from our trip to The Purbecks, the Caravan and Motorhome show in Birmingham was just around the corner. We weren't sure if we'd be ready to camp up there since it was a lot further away and the caravan still hadn't been adapted for my chair, but after... Continue Reading →
With the wheelchair conversion half completed (there will be a blog post when it's fully done) we decided it was time to go on our first trip in the caravan. It wasn't ideal that I couldn't get my chair inside yet but it was only for a short trip and we knew we could work... Continue Reading →