Originally posted on inpursuitofadream.com: The dark nights are drawing in, the clocks have gone back and the temperature has dropped. Site wardens all over the UK are leaf blowing and hanging up their keys for the season. This can only mean one thing. Lots of people will be putting their caravans into storage until…
A measure of something’s significance within a culture could be the number of words in the language to describe it. It is a myth that the Inuit have over 100 words for snow, but we Brits do have rather a lot of words for Toilet. Let’s face it, in Britain, we get joy from aContinue reading “The Knowledge – Toilet Training”
Love is an act of endless forgiveness; a tender look which becomes a habit.” – Peter Ustinov Many years ago, a boyfriend and I formulated an escape plan that involved a boat. He held a Yachtmaster’s certificate and had crewed on boats around the world. I had drunk gin and been ‘rail meat’ on aContinue reading “The Knowledge – The Perils of Proximity”
Like most people* in the UK who passed their test before 1st January 1997, my driving licence has what is known as ‘Grandfather Rights’ (or more flatteringly ‘Acquired Rights’) which allow me to tow vehicles up to 8.5t. But just because you can tow something legally, it doesn’t mean that you should.