Hey dad, the young man said, some of these caravans don't even need a tow car.
It is an interesting take on a boy's first impression of a motorhome.
There were good first impressions made at the third Wodonga Border Caravan and Camping Expo. CIAVic says exceptionally strong sales were recorded with a crowds of about 11, 500 over the Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
GSA spoke with three caravan dealers at Wodonga on the Saturday of the three-day Expo who reported between three and six caravans sold from their product offerings.
We had a good show and the weather was very kind, Expo regulars Barry and Merran Green from DreamPot told GoSee.
GoSee has a six litre thermalDreamPot in our travel kit. It goes everywhere with us. Yesterday after a long day working we enjoyed a magnificent silverside with vegetables from the DreamPot recipe book.
The DreamPot recipes which are available online through the DreamPotenews lettergive a touch of difference to meals. The DreamPot approach to silverside is among our favorites.
Good crowds and better weather than forecast achieved a major third-year success.
Forecast rain largely stayed away, and the Caravan Industry Association of Victoria (CIA) reported attendance of almost 11,500 over the three days.
There was plenty of innovation at the Expo. Lewis Young of Volto told GoSee about the bike for everybody. It is light, stable and the built-in electric motor handles hill and headwinds. It folds down to a compact lift of 23kg and is easy on the wallet. Top speed is 25kmh which means rego and a license are not required to ride it, Lewis Young said.
Any standard household powerpoint will recharge the Volto's battery.
JB Dreamline. 096
Full van value in jayco Starcraft. 134
Lewis Young and Volto bike. 089
Motorhomes hd a strong following. 136
New Age Bilby with annexe. 140
New Age Little Joey has separate toilet and shower. 141
Bedtime inside the Complete Campsites Exodus. 123