Thanks for welcoming a furriner - and a non-vintage van - to your website. I've admired your country since an all-too-brief week in Oz 30+years ago. About all I can remember is Kurringai Chase and Sydney harbour (the Opera House wasn't finished then), and great hospitality - and everything else was washed out of my brain by copious quantities of excellent beer! ;D
Thought you might enjoy seeing the 'van world from the other side of the globe. 2004 was our first venture into vanning; we hauled it over 12,000 miles across the US and Canada and had a great time doing it! Here's our 1986 U-Haul CT13 against the Teton Range, Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Vermont country road in the autumn:
"I'll play me old squeezebox as we sail along..." That's me playing sea shanties in the dockside campground, Louisbourg, Nova Scotia (notice the absence of admiring listeners).
The CT13's kitchen:
And formal dining room - with a view.
It's not Foster's, but when in Canada...
Pictou Harbor, Nova Scotia - this is what van camping is all about:
G'day Jack (Had to say "G'Day!). Love the pictures & also dig that van. I would love to get to the US & do what you guys have done. Welcome to the forum (I am only new here myself) & hope to see some more pics. Rob J