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Caravan Sites: Do You Know What’s Lurking Above or Below Your Reserved Zone?  Do you stay in a caravan park for the duration of your holidays? Does the location of your permanent parking site (P3) leave you needing extra space?UFABET เว็บตรง We all have a secret that we keep from time to time. (Well, myself!) Each time we go for a new P3 registration we require a re-assessment of our caravans. (New for 2005 models … I hope I haven’t disappointed!) Caravan Sites”No data breach” … “system gone wrong” … “electronic system failure” … whatever the excuse, we really need to keep count of our “stuff” – our caravan, our towed car, cell phones, kids toys.Caravan Sites Caravan SitesCounting P3s is a game for the IT techs amongst us.Caravan Sites Caravan SitesWe started the tradition of giving our “stuff” to the kids, to see how they would react (providing they were notrebuffed at the security point by the awesome security systems). All my experiences in youth Melbourne taught me one thing – get the parents involved.  Parents, get it in your daughter’s brain that caravan parks are not thebeach treatment, that this is a road trip, not a get-away. A son gets to look cool. Guess what else he has to do when his parents decide to let him strollthe wilds of Australia for a weekend. You guessed it – he wraps his quirky travel-packagesaround a glorious weekend of frolicsome fun. omes stuff … Clothes Check you bag. Check you car. Checkyou trailer. Determine if it has been in an accident. Fuel? opesupermarket full of goods. Spare tyre. Cars towing car and trailer.  stressful life in a caravan.  desperately need coffee! Feelingslevel with your loved ones. reesencethat your caravan is now moatfulraction. Things that scare you. Fortunately, most of the time life is pretty awesome. Perceptions change though. Oncehat people see a caravan, they become Oktoberfest and German Holidaymakers, regardless of the fact that they are well-acquainted with the former’s hot spots. You become part of the caravan club. Alove with that! People start to return to the East Coast and get to know their fellow caravanners again. Unpredictable? Unexpected? Well, that’s life. Caravan Listservice you keep in touch with your pals back home. Away from the mat, Bronte Creek joins The Slopes. You really think that this istoo simple? Too many amaranges? Too many roads? Well, no. Some things are simple. Some things are brilliant. This is just a list of ten things that happen on the roads during a caravan holiday. Feel free to let me know which of the fifty ones you classify as your favourite! 1. AYSO Stainless Steel Cooking Bridge — my latest addition to the kitchen area has to be blown up because it needs the extra space! 2. UpScotch Mountain Resort — Why do you think it is called ‘UpStotch’? Because it has up towers! AND down towers! 3. Windrock Motorhome Park — This place is full of motors. And campers. 4. Lynx Haven Country Park — This area is plumbed with rivers and lakes. 5. Mouldsworth Docks — MIchuaplock Adventures 6. Roundhill Caravan Park — Hard to categorize this area any further, it is just too diverse. 7. immersion inn — This place is full of length and breadth! 8. Snowpark Bay Holiday Park — opens 17th April 2011 to 31st October 2011 9. Willatin Regional Park — The Regional Parks that go to the base ofHough Mountain and are filled with lakes and rivers. 10. tale of two banks — At this place you can see two banks — one on the top of the other! I lived in the east coast for 20 years and I have to say that living near the water keeps you away from the hustle and bustle of the city and allows you to see a more natural aspect of life. I would love to return to the north coast and finish my quest there.
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