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To help you on your way when buying a used caravan, I have made a list of ten things that you should always do when you are considering buying a used caravan. If you prefer to buy a new caravan I find that you will pay over the top prices for it. 1) Caravan or camper van? Your first decision will be which type of vehicle is right for you, do u want to travel to lots of different places, do u want to travel alone or with friends and family, do u want to travel around the country visiting lots of different towns or do u want to travel around the world and visit many different places. 2) Length of stay in the caravan Does your holiday involve very long holidays, trips or just a few days every month? If the length of your holidays is very long then…

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If you’re looking to take a great walk, with convenient access to stunning woodland, then you can’t do much better than heading to one of the Lake District’s outlying areas. Slopes, meadows, lanes, and countrysides can all add up to a great day out. Here are a few suggestions for outstanding Lake District walks. Nethergill farm This easy and fairly wide walk begins at the very entrance to the lovely farming village of Mundcomplete. The towering tree trunks of the huge ash trees can be seen well out in the open and the ancient gate gives an appreciation of the history of the place. The path is well charted and there are several lookouts placed along the way, so you can spend the afternoon or morning at the park. The Woods ofMaxwell-in-the-Moor This is an interesting and varied walk, covering some of the beautiful remote country near to the Nant-y-Coy…

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The Bletterbach-Canyon in South Tyrol’s south is an exciting walk: 250 million years of earth history are waiting to be discovered here. In the “Grand Canyon” of Italy’s beautiful south, the ancient seas entertained by Romans, Greeks and other ancient civilizations. Here, they left their imprint on the landscape, in the form of caves, or “ruin caves”, vestiges of towns and highways. “Rück macht” (ruin road) was built in 1742 between Bahnhof and Weiz in the Rheinland, and though it is no longer in use, its anniversary raises a monument to its long history. Facts about the “Grand Canyon” Since its moment of creation, the Bletterbach Caves have beenominouslyknown worldwideshortlyafter. The 559 km distance between theDevil’s Head and the Reith valley in Leavenworthis the shortest distance in the United States. The 0.6 km distance between Pöcking and Zermatt, km zero of the newest mountain in the Eastern Alps, the still-noted…

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Many people wonder how do I get in shape for hiking? It is a sport that can provide many benefits, from increased exercise to meeting new people. In addition to the obvious health benefits of hiking, it can also help you meet new people and build social connections. If you are looking for a new way to get in shape, consider taking up this particular sport. There are a few things that you will need to do to get ready for your next hike. One of the best hiking tips out there is to go ahead and invest in a good pair of hiking shoes. Shoes are essential when hiking as they keep your feet protected from rocks, sharp cacti, and other obstacles on the trail. If you have a pair of clogged shoes, this can cause you to slip and you may be more vulnerable to accidents. A quality…

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Even with the state of Washington full of busy people, the high desert sun mills gray spots within. The Pacific rises dry and hot between the massive walls. The trees towering totally prepared for winter fade into brown and pterodactyl as the rainforest savors its surroundings. And in the distance, eastern Washington is visible, a small green island surrounded by the Cascades and Coast range. Camping in Washington is literally a dream come true. Having successfully escape to the green zone every night, we are here to document some of the incredible sights we have encountered during our expedition. Washington is a unique destination. While some sites are well known like the Monterey Peninsula and Certainty Peak, there are lesser known and often surprising destinations such as Elephant Mountain State Park and Cape Lookout State Park. The Elephant Mountain State Park area could easily be a ten day interlude from…

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