winter caravanning tips

Guest blog from Sue Taylor  – digital editor of Camping and Caravanning Magazine 

Caravanning is cool even in winter…

I’m often asked what the appeal is of caravanning or motorhoming? Quite simply it’s the freedom and flexibility it allows you, from where and when you camp to the choices it affords you once at your chosen destination. It also provides the means to enjoy the great outdoors and enjoy new adventures with family and friends in the great British countryside.

Sue Taylor

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salty sea dog

IMG_20150415_114242This is Herb, one of two pups at Weird Fish HQ.  She is a 4 month old Vizsla, adorable, affectionate and completely mad.

Growing up in our home town of Cheltenham she has yet to experience the pleasure of salty sea air, so to put that right we took the caravan down to the south coast after Easter.

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Spring/Summer Photo Shoot in Tenerife

The Spring/Summer 2014 took us to sunny Los Cristianos in Tenerife, home to some gorgeous scenery, great waves and the great Volcano Mount Teidi.

After battling some rather strong winds, rocky terrain and sea sickness, we were very happy with the results of our photographic efforts and we want to share our behind the scenes photos with you.


The Mighty Mount Teidi.

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