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Caravan life.

Updated: Apr 24, 2022



So, here I am residing in a mobile home on a farm, and I absolutely LOVE it!!!


Yeah, there are a few minor issues, especially when it is cold and damp invades, but the positives most definitely outweigh the negatives.


I can wake in the morning, sling my front door open and not worry about being straight into the ‘real' world. We are so enclosed and away from the mayhem that is it's relaxing here, and a great place to return to after being around fellow humans for a few hours. (no offence meant) . I have a nice little garden

and great neighbors- the type that will help you out if they can , without expecting anything in return.


Another thing about living where I do, it's my own private space for an affordable price, so for the first time in 15 years, I am not struggling to pay the rent. It is not easy, but it is a lot easier.

One of my favourite things about living in a caravan in the middle of nowhere is that random things just suddenly happen. Take the other day for instance….


……. I was standing by the sink washing up and gazing out of the kitchen window when out of nowhere a horse was running, full pelt down the private road. It was astonishingly funny.

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The horse was defiantly making the most of its newfound freedom (I mean the huge field just is not big enough!)

It flashed past so quickly that I had to go out to have a look, just to confirm I was not going mad (madder?), but it was definitely one of the farm horses and it was having the most fun time. A few seconds later

just I went inside again, the horse’s owner came running down the same road, much less elegantly than the horse had!


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The horse was back in the field a bit later, chomping merrily on its hay and most probably remembering its bid for freedom with glee.




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