When we arrived we opted for pitch 1, which is really well protected from the prevailing winds by very high hedges.
Having had a motor mover fitted a few days previously this was used to manouvere the caravan into position. We were soon set up, and a full Sunday roast was in the oven.
The weather was relativelygood over the next few days,so we spent time in nearby Cirencester, visiting coffe shops, to catch up on emails, ( there is no internet on this site) and to spend time Christmas shopping.
The rest of the time was spent reading, and watching the abundant wild life that inhabits the site.
On the Wednesday afternoon we left the caravan on site and drove back to Chipping Sodbury,asiI had a Towns Lands Charity meeting that evening.
We drove back to site on Thursday to find thecaravan all safe and sound.
Gloucester Quays was holding its traditional Christmas market on the Friday, so we set off over there. Unfortunately theweather was rather poor, so we only spent a few hours there, before returning to the site, for superb dinner of fresh Trout from the Bibury Trout farm. Yum yum!
The weather was much better on Saturday, so after a frosty start, we went down to Cirencester, for more Christmas shopping.
|The vew from our caravan!|
Lechlade was the destination for Sunday, where we visited the Christmas Shop. This shop is open all year round and sells some truly wonderful Christmas decorations. www.christmasdecorations-uk.com
Well worth a visit at any time of year.
On the Moday morning, after a frosty night,we cleared up and set off home. The caravan was put back into storeage, where we were able to use the moover for the purpose we had really bought it. It made it so easy, with out any stress to put it away.
So that was another seven nights of our life in the caravan!
PS. More photos will appear when I work out how to transfer them from my ipad