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Join the ‘Christmas Club’ for some festive fun!

Molly & Ted snowHaving survived the crackles and bangs of Bonfire Night, Ted and I are now counting down to Christmas.

The housemaid has been digging in her wardrobe, looking for gifts she squirreled away in January, and I sniffed out a couple of Christmas stockings stuffed with dog treats that she hastily hid from my sight. Ah, but she can’t hide things from my inquisitive nose!

So what will you be during over the festive period? I don’t think that the fun we had in our tent in balmy early September would translate very well into a December break - but if you have a good winterised ‘van or motorhome, there’s lots of enjoyment to be had over the winter. I can just imagine the delicious smell of turkey roasting in our motorhome oven.

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Molly and Ted are travelling terriers - borders without borders who visit UK campsites in a motorhome. Chatty Molly offers tips for places to stay and shares some of her holiday capers.

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The best of British (beaches… and bacon!)

MollyFiley

Some of my favourite moments this year have involved tucking into a delicious hot breakfast by the sea. What could be nicer? So I’ve looked back over our photos to find my best bacon and beach bits of 2014.

And my carefully considered judgement is that the winner of Great British Bacon and Beach is - Filey!

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Molly and Ted are travelling terriers - borders without borders who visit UK campsites in a motorhome. Chatty Molly offers tips for places to stay and shares some of her holiday capers.

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A holiday of two halves…

KentMollyBeachUnpredictable as ever, the maid and the chauffeur decided to sell our motorhome the week before our September holiday and packed Ted and me into the car with a tent, a kettle and our bedding. What a squeeze!

As there was no towing involved, and no motorhome to manoeuvre down tiny country lanes, they decided to go somewhere they’d never been before and headed for the coast of Kent.

I must say, I was excited as we drew near to our first destination and drove along a narrow road past a tree-covered park. But within half an hour of arriving, matters took a turn for the worse as the chauffeur became a handy snack for a horde of midges as he unpacked the tent under a row of trees.

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