Are your tents Turbo tents?
..........YEP....WE HAVE A GOOD SYSTEM WHILE CAMPING....
Avis is ''our'' Turbo....and she lets me be the Supervisor''.....She likes to always set it up her way ,,,,(gets that off her Mother....)...thats when I get a turn of ''Supervising''....When things arn't going as planned..
..lol...and she NEEDS my help.
(The real arguments start....When its ''Tarping time''...God I luv that time ..
.(lol)...She knows that I do a better Tarp than she does....but still won't listen and goes off in a ''huff''.....Then the ''real'' turbo sets in and its done in a jiffy......(ME !!!)
All-in-all.....We do get it done eventually.
...AND believe it or not,,,,a bit of a laugh after its all in place.
''''''The short answer to your question is.....No,,We don't use Turbo Tents.''''''
When you book your Motorhome you will have to still order a ''5'' berth unit...if for no other reason....So that you each get a ''seat-belt''.....
We have looked into renting a car at times and stayed in cabins on our trips....this can often suit your budget better than hiring a motorhome (....I have a friend who will not invest in a motorhome (he believes that for most of the year ,,,,they are a white elephant....and hes quite correct when you work out how much you have invested plus insurance & ongoing maintenance & depreciation plus running costs i.e Diesel etc)......So he chooses to take his own vehicle...which he already owns (and knows)....and stays in Motels /Hotels all the way....As they say...Horses for courses....& it suits them.
Try and make your decision as soon as you can...at-least you should still get the early booking discount and guarantee yourselves of a vehicle ...(Winters our busy time up here so you will also have to plot your course and book ahead for your accommodation.....
Once you get around NSW,,,,booking ahead won't be so important.
Let us know when you arrive as well.....Few of us would luv to meet you (well,,,,''300'' of us...lol).....Maybe a glass or 10 of wine....around a fire ...somewhere
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