They really are a bit late. My first T.E.C. at 7' 6" was too wide in 2001, my 3rd T.E.C. in 2006 was 8' wide. Come'on Bailey if you can't keep up, pack up. Reminds me of the Swift Corniche in the 80's " The wind of Change " " Someday all caravans will be made this way ". LoL !
Yes Jill snow, real caravanners know all about snow, enjoy and prepare for it ! these pics were taken either side of Christmas Lime tree Farm. Ratcliffe Culey & SkyBarn Farm, Lincoln. Happy caravanning.
I agree Monty, the CMC is a business, I own a business and certainly could not afford people to make orders for our products and then just not take delivery. A deposit should be paid on bookings as with C&CC, it's a commitment, it's obvious and it 'd get rid of the no shows. Happy caravanning.
From what we are seeing at Kingsbury C&CC site this weekend Mark it should be the norm ! People with no idea at all driving / reversing trying for ten minutes to sight the 'van on pitch and then unhooking and using the mover to level up. The grass between pitches really is a total mess. I have a not small rig ( Hilux-Hymer ) and am quiet proficient in reversing on to most pitches but if it dictates I unhook on the road and make full use of the mover. Happy caravanning.
Got to agree Gary, we kept our first much loved Trophy for five years. Kids were toddlers and we thoroughly enjoyed our times together. Mind in those days of glass windowed, no shower, no fridge, no heater caravans the season was only Easter 'til August BH if we were lucky with the weather. Happy caravanning.
Have enjoyed many visits and received a warm welcome from Wendy & Maurice to their wonderful site. Very handy for many places to visit and set in some of the most beautiful views of Leicestershire. Excellent facilities, really enjoy the lounge area in " The Barn " , ideal for a quiet get together with fellow 'vanners. Looking forward to returning.
Of cause it depends on how often you change caravans and indeed the cost of, we did what we did because we could, we're not complaining. I suppose I should have started a post on what some of us spend on our much enjoyed hobby. Happy caravanning.