Hello and welcome to my Knotty World. If you are here by some sort of rubbish Google search mistake, please feel free to stop awhile, You may just enjoy what I have to say. Most of it is far more interesting than your search for counter screw plastic grommets or whatever. Grab a chair and put your feet up.
I’ll be honest, I didn’t set out to write a blog. Creative writing is not one of my strong points. I do have a warped sense of humour though and life provides me with some great laughs. So I decided to write them down. Keeping a diary is so last year darlings so a blogger I became.
For those of you who have no idea who I am, my name is Sue. I live on the south coast of the UK with my husband Roger and a rather bonkers chocolate labrador, Nelson. I have a full-time job and I run my own little online company.
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Over the years we have owned motorboats steady increasing in size over the years.
They say “worse things happen at sea“. Actually most of my life disasters have been on terra firma. Oooo not quite true, there was the great Tower Bridge incident. You can find all about that on here too.
Then in 2020, lockdown change all aspects of our life. We thought that owning a motorhome would be a little less stressful. So we sold our beloved boat and bought a motorhome we call “Madge”
So many people enjoyed the boaty rantings that I have decided to put my warped sense of humour to good use again and write a motorhome blog.
When it comes to laughs shared around the back end of a mobile home, they tend to draw from stories of mishaps. Such as discovering your pride and joy is 11 foot 4 inches tall by encountering an 11-foot 3-inch bridge. Stories of someone burning something foul in the kitchen or spending two hours getting the MH level enough to sleep in, only to notice everyone had rolled to one side of their bed.
Owning a boat or a motorhome brings a whole new set of problems to life. Most owners will find themselves relating to some of the observations and cockup’s noted here and the stories will undoubtedly bring a wry smile.
The old saying, “you can laugh at anything you can walk away from” very much applies to life in general. It is also said that the happiest among us should be able to find good humour in any situation. Be prepared for a laugh