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The US vs UK Motorhome Glossary - Two Countries Divided by a Common Language

We are used to the idea that the US and UK have different words for the same thing. When we moved to The States we had to learn a whole new vocabulary. Ask any British person about their first time buying bed sheets in Bed, Bath and Beyond and they'll tell you what a humbling experience it was. Well the same goes for motorhoming/camping or whatever you call this thing we are doing around Europe.

European Motorhome Hunting - First Steps

Since the end of last year we have been in online research mode, looking for a new home on wheels that could take us on the next chapter of our traveling adventure. We have spent, to be honest, an unhealthy number of hours devouring YouTube videos from manufacturers and reviewers in an attempt to narrow down our choices.

We're On Our Way... Next Stop Europe

Yep, it's all getting real now. As we expected (and were prepared for) the Airstream sold immediately. The market is hot for gently used nearly new models. We had quite a bit of interest from far and wide but ended selling it to friends of friends. We drove it to the new owners today and I know they will love and cherish it as much as we did.

2018... So What Now?

We have looked at various cities for a year-long stay, so we could get to know them better. Spain and Mexico are still the countries at the top of our list for that kind of experience. But after staying in one place for 5 months last year we came to the realization that no matter how much we liked that place, and we really did love Valencia, we are not ready to sit still yet. We miss the excitement and challenge of moving around from place to place.