After surviving our first, campervan road trip, with no body parts missing and not too many insect bites, plus driving thousands of kilometres encompassing just a small piece of Australia's Big Backyard, we were keen to explore more. Our second venture heading out into the blue yonder was to eventuate on the other side of… Continue reading The Aussie Road Trip – North of Perth
In Australia's Big Backyard Let me take you back to 2009, as we head off roaming for 40 days and 40 nights into the great outdoors in a hired transit van [affectionally known as The Tin Can], it was to be the first and not the last roadtrip we were to do. "Gidday Mate" "Why… Continue reading The 1st Aussie Roadtrip – Melbourne to Brisbane
My next post in the series "The Motorhome Years". Most new motorhomers remember quite readily the "shudder and loud groan" when recalling issues when it came to finding a place to park up for the night. Especially if like us they owned a large motorhome [R.V.]. Each day, it would send us into a mild… Continue reading Motorhoming – Where can we Camp?
The second instalment of our time motorhoming in New Zealand. In my first post on our motorhoming years, I mentioned that our motorhome was called PurrInn. This was the name given to her by the first and only other owner. Why PurrInn? The previous owners had two cats, who went tiki touring into the bush… Continue reading Minimalism – Living in a 24 m2 Space.
When do most inspiring ideas occur? For us, it would seem they pop up when we least expect it. The Wandering Hobo idea germinated in 2007, while trying to relax during a coffee break on the deck overlooking all the work that needed to be done that day, on our small orchard/farm. It was also… Continue reading Motorhoming – The beginning