Out and About

We are Peter and Linn, enthusiastic freedom campers, and we set up this site to illustrate our travels in a motorhome, we hope that you enjoy it. Please feel free to use the contact form to get in touch if you have any comments or questions, we are always happy to answer any questions.

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Lymington and Keyhaven – October 2020. A wet and windy weekend going back in time and enjoying nature at its best.


A Summer Road Trip around Devon – September 2020. In 1949, my parents Mo and Alan, undertook a Summer Road trip around north Somerset and Devon in an Austin 7 Ruby (749cc and 7hp). Seventy one years later, Linn and I attempted the same route in a motorhome (4.2 tons and 7.6 meters long). We tried to recreate some of their photos, and have added a few of our own.


Appledore and Bideford – July 2020. A cautious couple of nights away, social distancing amidst the crowds, loving the friendly locals, but dismayed by the rule flaunting visitors. Enjoyed fabulous river side walks to Bideford and The Burrows.


Studland and the Purbecks – July 2020. A post lockdown weekend away, blowing away the cobwebs, but keeping it local.


Colwyn Bay – February 2020. A bleak weekend away when even the comforts of a campsite could not persuade us to stay a second night. Sorry Colwyn, but you are not very motorhome friendly!


Grange, Steeple and Studland – December 2019. The last trip out for 2019, a cold and foggy couple of nights in Dorset.


Bath Christmas Market – December 2019. Now an annual event with friends.


Ludlow and Abergavenny – November 2019. A wintry weekend around Wales


Steeple – July 2019. Two nights in the Purbecks to test the new solar charging system and leisure batteries – working a treat!


Studland, Grange and Steeple – June 2019. Another short trip to Dorset on what turned out to be the hottest weekend of the year so far.


Tyneham, Dorset – June 2019. In December 1943, the army took over the village of Tyneham for use in preparation for the D Day landings. Everybody, with very few of their possessions, were moved out being told that they could move back again after the war effort. They were never allowed to move back into their family homes, and the village is now stuck in that time warp as a poignant reminder of days gone by


West Pentire, North Cornwall – May 2019. A couple of days exploring the north Cornish coast


Bath – March 2019. A visit to the shops and sights of Bath gave us a great excuse to stay at Bath Marina again and one of our favourite walks alongside the River Avon


Appledore, Clovelly and Hartland Point – March 2019. The lull before Storm Freya, a couple of nights wilding in North Devon