Camping The Kiwi Way, Spring 2023
Camping the Kiwi Way 5: spring 2023
ISSN:2815-8261 (Print) | ISSN 2815-827X (Online)
Because we had a newborn, my parents-in-law offered us the caravan.
The same accident rates, but the main reason, jack-knifing, is different.
Where to stop when travelling and camping in NZ—use it, share it, add to it.
PROS: You get to spend a lot of time as a family.
CONS: You spend a lot of time as a family.
Self containment, LPG work, electrical work, motorhome work & more.
Table of contents
10 Lake pukaki
26 A classic
29 Two uses
About Camping the Kiwi Way
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Editor: Miriam Richardson
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