Back in March I encouraged everyone to make the most of the fantastic weather and, if they were fortunate enough to have one, get camping in their gardens and driveway. It didn’t matter whether you had a make-shift shelter, tents, campervan, motorhome or caravan. With this second lockdown beginning as we move from a stormy autumn into a cold winter those of us with motorhomes and caravans are best placed to continue to make use of our second, temporarily immobile, homes.
During the past lockdown, with the schools closed, one of the main ways we used our Bailey Alliance SE was for the kids. In the morning it became a classroom, set apart from the familiarity of the home. In some of the hotter afternoons, it became a playroom to draw, do crafts and puzzles with the windows wide open to let in the breeze but offering shade from the unusual bout of heat we received. This time around, with the kids still in school, we’re planning, and have already instigated, a difference emphasis – the grown-ups.