Ok. So for the last 27 years of driving I have detested caravans. They are the holiday choice of those who feel time spent in a tent is unbearable and holidays abroad too expensive. They clog up our roads during bank holidays and the summer making it impossible for any other road user to get anywhere near the coast in less than 24 hours. They are mostly owned by people called Ted and Doris who always refer to the "van" in the feminine ("she's a beauty isn't she?") and they are always heading down to Dorset ... even when they going North up the M6 or A1. I am a camper and always have been. Even now I still have an annual camping trip with my son although now at 15 he's shying away from the idea. I like camping; I load up the car and can thrash along without the 4 litres of engine capacity not even noticing the load. I get to a site and come rain, shine or hurricane I can have my own little campsite up and running within the hour. But I do come from a family of caravaniers (and no they are not pikeys). My dad used to have one, my sister still has one and my eldest brother has moved on to a camper van. But I, like my two younger brothers still swear by canvas. However, as I fast approach the big half century, I'm beginning to have second thoughts about a caravan! And I have been looking at these: http://littleguy.co.uk/Gallery_Models.htm Why? Well I reckon that with the right paint job, one of these things would look ok hooked up behind my trike: So ... I have been thinking about the advantages: 1. Small and lightweight so no loss of power from the machine. 2. It can carry a shed load of beer. 3. Quick and easy to set up. 4. More beer can be carried. 5. Better protection from the elements than a tent. 6. Probably get loads of beer in there. 7. More comfortable than a tent. 8. Looks like there might be space for lots of beer. 9. Can tow it behind the car as well if needed for a w/e (without slowing everyone else down). 10. And finally ... beer carriage. So ... what do we think?