When I retired in 2017 I figured that would be the end of my working career but after spending 4 months in the South Island in early 2018 I returned home to find myself at something of a loss as to what to do. I looked back at what I had done over the previous… Read More Downtime – Keeping Busy
For those of you who follow my blog you will know it’s been a few weeks since my fingers have danced across the keyboard to bring you our latest adventures. All going to plan it would have been within the next few days that we would have again hit the road as we did at… Read More Missing the Motorhome
If like a lot of people you live in a city it’s also more than likely that you barely know your neighbours and the chances of sitting down with some of them each night for a round of drinks and a discussion about the day are just about non existent. But for those in the… Read More It’s the people that make the difference!
Although we don’t live on the road in our motorhome we have over the last year spent probably over half the year on the road in ours and during that time we have met a large number of people who do live full time on the road. Some of these people have sold their house… Read More Swapping your Home for a Motorhome
Daylight saving (yes there is no S on the end) begins this weekend and for a lot of people that’s time to think about the warmer weather starting, brushing the cobwebs off the BBQ and maybe even thinking about heading away in the motorhome. If however, like a lot of people you have left your… Read More Is your motorhome ready for summer?
We headed from Taupo to the Motorhome show at Mystery Creek on Thursday afternoon arriving to find hundreds of motorhomes and caravans had arrived in the short period of time that the gates had been open. I remember last year being stunned at the numbers but this time with us in a different area it… Read More Meeting The Motorhome Bloggers
Last year when I retired we decided that we would upgrade the 1995 Mitsubishi Canter that we had owned since 2001 with something that was a bit more modern, a bit more spacious, has a decent kitchen and big garage but most importantly one that would have a fixed bed in the rear. So we… Read More How to survive the motorhome show
A few weeks ago I wrote a blog about buying your first motorhome. Later when I was talking with some friends we started talking about E Bikes and the benefits of having one with you when you travel in your motorhome. From there the discussion turned to “why don’t you write a blog about E… Read More A Guide To Buying Your First E Bike
Because we had to come home unexpectedly from the trip to the East Cape I thought I would put this article together. It’s been banging round in my head for a while and with summer approaching rapidly now seemed like a good time to write this. Sounds simple like any fool could do this, but… Read More A guide to buying your first motorhome
The explosion of people buying motorhomes and joining the NZMCA has brought with it a parallel rise in the number of makes and models of motorhomes being offered for sale. There are brands for sale in New Zealand now that where completely unheard of just a few years ago. Plus there are still new brands… Read More The rise of Euro Motorhomes at $250,000+