I came off my motorbike whilst in Glencoe and badly twisted my knee and ankle.
Please go and take a look at the blog it is completely updated with a blow by blow account of the journey I took.
Life here on site is unchanged, peaceful with no other campers yet!
The weekend just gone was spent in a tent camping with friends in the New Forest, weather was brilliant, but I've been bitten half to death! I obviously taste good!
A lot has happened over the last few weeks, Just before I went on my trip I met someone who has completely bowled me over.
During the trip she was always on the end of the phone and a massive support and help to me.
Now that I am back I seem to be spending all my time with her, which I must say is brilliant.
So life for me is good at the moment and I see no reason why it will change.
I have been reading through some of the comments left and it appears that more and more people are taking the plunge and living full time in their caravans. A wise move and as yet I have not heard one horror story of how it all fell apart for them.
A number of questions have been raised, which over the next few weeks I will try to resolve, but with so many people reading the blog these days, the questions are being answered for me which is great!
This blog was set up originally not only as a diary for myself, but as a resource for others to ask daft questions and not feel embarrassed.
To be able to find out more about living like this and to hear from people who are actually doing it rather than from some web sites/forums those who only go away for 2 weeks of the year and think they know everything!
I used to get so frustrated with those types, now I don't even read the forums!
Asking someone about full timing who only goes away 2 weeks of the year is like asking the person who makes you a cup of tea at work how to run a 5 star Michelin restaurant!
So please feel free to ask questions, either directly via the blog, or to me direct at email@example.com I'm not the worlds greatest at getting back to folk so the blog is probably better!
Anyway a couple of pictures from my epic journey!