Barolo or Bust – Camping Sole Langhe, Vergne, Italy

A Lesson about Leccy & A Trauma in the Terroir At 9pm, the gods turned a fire hose on us. The furious winds that had battered caravan Kismet all day gave way to torrential, hammering rain. The ferocity of the wind vindicated our decision to stay an extra day in Les Arbrets and avoid towing.Continue reading “Barolo or Bust – Camping Sole Langhe, Vergne, Italy”

Back in Britain; a Fidose of Reality – Part 2

If you have been walking with us for some time, you will know that our returns to the UK are never straightforward – and this one had reached an unprecedented zenith of complexity. We had only arrived on British soil in November; however, by Christmas we had fitted in an assault, a boundary dispute, wildContinue reading “Back in Britain; a Fidose of Reality – Part 2”

To Tow or Not to Tow? – Is it Safe to Tow in High Winds?

“He’s not the Messiah. He’s a very naughty boy!” Storm Brian prompted a lot of posts on caravan forums as to whether or not it is safe to tow in high winds. Since Autumn, the season of mist and mellow fruitfulness – and the Autumn gales – is also the season for windsurfers to beContinue reading “To Tow or Not to Tow? – Is it Safe to Tow in High Winds?”