Travelling Camper’s need your help!

I Have a favour to ask of you. I have some friends from overseas who are camping their way around the world. They are keen to spend time in England, Scotland, Australia, the U.S. and Canada with a view to immigration. Given the current unrest in the world today and the financial downturn they are […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On November 1, 2010
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I Have a favour to ask of you. I have some friends from overseas who are camping their way around the world.

They are keen to spend time in England, Scotland, Australia, the U.S. and Canada with a view to immigration.

Given the current unrest in the world today and the financial downturn they are somewhat worried about

camping in ‘public’ camping sites. They have asked me if I know where they could go in safety and where the accommodation (and meals) might be affordable.

I hope you don’t think it’s rude of me, but I have taken the liberty of giving them your name and address in the hope that you can find a spot for them at or near your place for a night or two. I hope you don’t mind.

They are traveling in a couple of Mercedes and will be bringing their own camping gear.

I have attached a picture to help in identification if, or when, they show.

Thank you in anticipation of your co-operation and hospitality

traveler needs your help to find a safe camping area

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