Just a quick blog post with some thoughts about towing. On our relocation from Stratford to the New Forest, I did my first stint of towing the caravan (Roy, please take note!!). And I can’t say I enjoyed it. Not. One. Bit. Andy will almost certainly do the majority of the driving on our trip, not because he is a better driver than me (although I’m sure he’ll beg to differ), but because he very much likes driving. He is also not a very good passenger (although I’m sure he’ll beg to differ on that point too) and so the combination of the two means that he nearly always takes the driving seat when we are together. But, it is important that I am able to tow as well and that I know how everything on the caravan works. I don’t like feeling helpless and completely reliant on Andy for things, so I have to make myself do them, even though I was right out of my comfort zone. Oh well, I’m sure next time it will be easier!
How about everyone else out there? Who does most of the driving when you’re together? And if you have a caravan, do any of you ladies do the towing? (Lisa, every respect to you for towing your caravan to Scotland every summer!). What about you blokes – do you like driving? Do you enjoy towing or do you do it because someone has to? Are you a good passenger? I’d love to know if it’s the same for you. Please leave a comment/reply below.