she has been living in it for two weeks, after contracting covid at a yuppie music festivalShall I suggest it to your neighbour?
As I have said before we went the static holiday home route .Find an area you really like and peruse the local sites . We had a static at Boat of Garten near Aviemore for 15 years and moved to the Moray coast in 2000 .It is a home from home just jump in the car and away you go but always make sure that if you buy a static make sure it is within a couple of hours from home or you will not use it at weekends .That does not matter if you are retired as I am now
On the subject of apps for motorhomers there's a useful one which tells you which car parks you can get into without peeling the top off.There is probably an APP for THAT?
as does the good lady Doris, happy to use the bog , never , ever , helped out emptying the cassetteBluntly we avoid using it for number 2s, and I avoid anything to do with the cassette.
The most we managed in one year is a tad over 4 months. Over/under 3 is normal. As you say, the benefits of being retired.Night 8 in Anglesey walking the coast path. I am in my 2002 professionally converted Citroen van. 140,000 miles on the clock. Classed as a motorhome because it has a shower and a bog.
I try to get sites where I can walk the hell out of the area then move on.
I have worked out that it costs me £35-£40 per night. Fuel, tax, insurance, breakdown insurance and site fees.
We do the odd wild camp, but her in the van, prefers sites. We tend to do 40ish nights a year. The benefits of being old.