Camping Crew Podcasts

 
Administrator
Avatar
Gender:
Location: Muckamore, Antrim
Age: 50
Homepage: motorhomecraic.com
Posts: 23315
Registered: 08 / 2011
My Motorhome: Itineo 740JB
Base Vehicle: Fiat Ducato 2.3 130BHP
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 19.06.2019  ·  #41
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 26.06.2019  ·  #42
Episode 14 of The Camping Crew podcast is out now.

On this Episode we interview Kieran form the Phoenix Club. We talk Vango Airbeam pumps, accessories stores, arriving to campsites and facing doors.

#CampingHacks #Motorhome #Campervan #Vanlife #Camping
https://anchor.fm/the-camping-crew
Administrator
Avatar
Gender:
Location: Muckamore, Antrim
Age: 50
Homepage: motorhomecraic.com
Posts: 23315
Registered: 08 / 2011
My Motorhome: Itineo 740JB
Base Vehicle: Fiat Ducato 2.3 130BHP
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 27.06.2019  ·  #43
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 01.07.2019  ·  #44
Thanks Ally

A good few of the listeners have told us that they listen on the way camping too. I suppose it makes sense.
Administrator
Avatar
Gender:
Location: Muckamore, Antrim
Age: 50
Homepage: motorhomecraic.com
Posts: 23315
Registered: 08 / 2011
My Motorhome: Itineo 740JB
Base Vehicle: Fiat Ducato 2.3 130BHP
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 09.07.2019  ·  #45
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 10.07.2019  ·  #46
Thanks Ally

On Episode 15 we discuss Aarons recent visit to Lough Ennell Co West Meath. Visibility in Left Hand drive Motorhomes. Wild camping by any other name. Advice for first time buyers and an interview with Aoife of Cara
Motorhomes
JJF
Craic Lifer
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Location: Donegal
Age: 52
Homepage: MotorhomeCraic.com
Posts: 2788
Registered: 10 / 2014
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 10.07.2019  ·  #47
Good episode once again fellas, look forward to new ones each week.
Newbie
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 47
Posts: 1
Registered: 07 / 2019
Subject:

Love it

 · 
Posted: 10.07.2019  ·  #48
Quote by ChrisByrne

Thanks for the shoutout. Myself and Aaron are recording the podcast as often as we can and we would really love your thoughts on the episodes so far and also suggestions on things to cover from news to products, to campsites etc.

Hi just want to say I love the podcasts we have been Motorhomeing for the last 3 yrs and had caravans years ago I love all the tips and info I’m a bit behind but catching up 😂can’t wait to hear the tips and advice for France and Spain ✅
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 10.07.2019  ·  #49
Thanks for the nice message Nicolatrim. It’s great to get positive feedback and suggestions.
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 11.07.2019  ·  #50
Wow, 2 in one week. This is a long one folks.

Episode 16 of The Camping Crew podcast is out now.

On this Episode we discuss Aarons recent visit to Strand Camping in Doonbeg Co Clare.

We have an interview with Amanda from Strand Camping.

We begin our camping in mainland Europe series by discussing preparations for camping abroad.

We have two listener product reviews to share and listener follow up discussion on Wild camping and Campsite prices in Ireland

https://anchor.fm/the-camping-crew
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 16.07.2019  ·  #51
Episode 17 of The Camping Crew podcast is out now in all the usual podcast apps.
We discuss Aarons recent visit to Seal Caves in Achill. Using the Amazon Fire Stick in your van. More in our camping abroad series. Motorhome layouts and more.
Please feel free to suggest topics that you’d like covered on the podcast.
https://anchor.fm/the-camping-crew
#CampingHacks #Motorhome #Campervan #Vanlife #Camping
JJF
Craic Lifer
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Location: Donegal
Age: 52
Homepage: MotorhomeCraic.com
Posts: 2788
Registered: 10 / 2014
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 17.07.2019  ·  #52
Downloaded, listen to it in the van or while walking.
Craic Lifer
Avatar
Gender:
Location: Co Galway
Age: 98
Posts: 4519
Registered: 04 / 2013
My Motorhome: Adria 670DK
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 17.07.2019  ·  #53
Hi Chris & Aaron,
I enjoy the pod casts also,
I sometimes have to have the volume turned up to hear Chris properly but then when Aaron speaks its too loud,

Is anybody else finding this or is it just me?

Keep up the good work by the way,

Looking forward to the next one 👍🏻
Administrator
Avatar
Gender:
Location: Muckamore, Antrim
Age: 50
Homepage: motorhomecraic.com
Posts: 23315
Registered: 08 / 2011
My Motorhome: Itineo 740JB
Base Vehicle: Fiat Ducato 2.3 130BHP
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 18.07.2019  ·  #54
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 24.07.2019  ·  #55
Administrator
Avatar
Gender:
Location: Muckamore, Antrim
Age: 50
Homepage: motorhomecraic.com
Posts: 23315
Registered: 08 / 2011
My Motorhome: Itineo 740JB
Base Vehicle: Fiat Ducato 2.3 130BHP
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 25.07.2019  ·  #56
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 31.07.2019  ·  #57
Administrator
Avatar
Gender:
Location: Muckamore, Antrim
Age: 50
Homepage: motorhomecraic.com
Posts: 23315
Registered: 08 / 2011
My Motorhome: Itineo 740JB
Base Vehicle: Fiat Ducato 2.3 130BHP
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 31.07.2019  ·  #58
Newbie
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 36
Posts: 8
Registered: 08 / 2018
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 31.07.2019  ·  #59
Really enjoying the podcast! I bought my van last year but have only been getting the chance to go camping this year. It's great hearing all of your tips and camp site reviews :)

Would love to hear some more tips on "wild camping" though. I have a T5 converted van so some tips on smaller vans would be awesome!

Keep up the good work guys!
ntg
Craic Lifer
Avatar
Gender:
Location: Portglenone. Co Antrim
Posts: 1332
Registered: 04 / 2012
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 31.07.2019  ·  #60
Quote by willthiswork

Really enjoying the podcast! I bought my van last year but have only been getting the chance to go camping this year. It's great hearing all of your tips and camp site reviews :)

Would love to hear some more tips on "wild camping" though. I have a T5 converted van so some tips on smaller vans would be awesome!

Keep up the good work guys!


The world is your oyster ,get out there and enjoy the countryside.
Administrator
Avatar
Gender:
Location: Muckamore, Antrim
Age: 50
Homepage: motorhomecraic.com
Posts: 23315
Registered: 08 / 2011
My Motorhome: Itineo 740JB
Base Vehicle: Fiat Ducato 2.3 130BHP
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 08.08.2019  ·  #61
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 15.08.2019  ·  #62
Eat's Sleep's craic
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Location: Doonbeg, Co Clare
Age: 53
Posts: 1048
Registered: 05 / 2014
My Motorhome: mobilvetta mh 85
Base Vehicle: Fiat
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 15.08.2019  ·  #63
Quote by ChrisByrne

Episode 21 of The Camping Crew podcast is out now.
We discuss Aarons visit to Tree Grove. Chris’s visit to Strand Camping. A new site. The kindness of campers. Getting away. Changes to your van.
https://anchor.fm/the-camping-crew

Talcum powder is evil. It’s really difficult to clean up in a wet environment.
Also I have to disagree with your view about fanore and their stance on not letting people who are not staying there pay to shower. We don’t allow this either we restrict the use of our facilities to campers staying on the campsite. I don’t know Fanore’s set up but our showers are not coin or token operated so if we allowed a walk to use the shower they could be in there for a few minutes or 30 minutes which means that our paying camping customers might have to wait. When we first opened we allowed it only to find one person who just wanted a quick shower was in the shower for 45 minutes and did their hand washing of clothes at the same time. And the shower was left in a terrible state. Now if I had tokens and charged for a set amount of time that might be different but I agree with Aaron and I hate paying extra for showers and I’m not going to start giving out one token per person per day.
I have also said on this website my site doesn’t lend itself to offer a service only as the service point is located adjacent to the entrance/exit and we don’t want it to get blocked. It might work for bigger sites with more space but not for us.
My job as a campsite owner is to look after my paying customers not service the needs of wild campers and I say that as a winter wild camper.
Administrator
Avatar
Gender:
Location: Muckamore, Antrim
Age: 50
Homepage: motorhomecraic.com
Posts: 23315
Registered: 08 / 2011
My Motorhome: Itineo 740JB
Base Vehicle: Fiat Ducato 2.3 130BHP
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 15.08.2019  ·  #64
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 15.08.2019  ·  #65
Quote by StrandCampingDoonbeg

Quote by ChrisByrne

Episode 21 of The Camping Crew podcast is out now.
We discuss Aarons visit to Tree Grove. Chris’s visit to Strand Camping. A new site. The kindness of campers. Getting away. Changes to your van.
https://anchor.fm/the-camping-crew

Talcum powder is evil. It’s really difficult to clean up in a wet environment.
Also I have to disagree with your view about fanore and their stance on not letting people who are not staying there pay to shower. We don’t allow this either we restrict the use of our facilities to campers staying on the campsite. I don’t know Fanore’s set up but our showers are not coin or token operated so if we allowed a walk to use the shower they could be in there for a few minutes or 30 minutes which means that our paying camping customers might have to wait. When we first opened we allowed it only to find one person who just wanted a quick shower was in the shower for 45 minutes and did their hand washing of clothes at the same time. And the shower was left in a terrible state. Now if I had tokens and charged for a set amount of time that might be different but I agree with Aaron and I hate paying extra for showers and I’m not going to start giving out one token per person per day.
I have also said on this website my site doesn’t lend itself to offer a service only as the service point is located adjacent to the entrance/exit and we don’t want it to get blocked. It might work for bigger sites with more space but not for us.
My job as a campsite owner is to look after my paying customers not service the needs of wild campers and I say that as a winter wild camper.


Some good points Jamie. Are you happy for me to read on the next podcast to show both sides?
Eat's Sleep's craic
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Location: Doonbeg, Co Clare
Age: 53
Posts: 1048
Registered: 05 / 2014
My Motorhome: mobilvetta mh 85
Base Vehicle: Fiat
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 15.08.2019  ·  #66
Quote by ChrisByrne

Quote by StrandCampingDoonbeg

Quote by ChrisByrne

Episode 21 of The Camping Crew podcast is out now.
We discuss Aarons visit to Tree Grove. Chris’s visit to Strand Camping. A new site. The kindness of campers. Getting away. Changes to your van.
https://anchor.fm/the-camping-crew

Talcum powder is evil. It’s really difficult to clean up in a wet environment.
Also I have to disagree with your view about fanore and their stance on not letting people who are not staying there pay to shower. We don’t allow this either we restrict the use of our facilities to campers staying on the campsite. I don’t know Fanore’s set up but our showers are not coin or token operated so if we allowed a walk to use the shower they could be in there for a few minutes or 30 minutes which means that our paying camping customers might have to wait. When we first opened we allowed it only to find one person who just wanted a quick shower was in the shower for 45 minutes and did their hand washing of clothes at the same time. And the shower was left in a terrible state. Now if I had tokens and charged for a set amount of time that might be different but I agree with Aaron and I hate paying extra for showers and I’m not going to start giving out one token per person per day.
I have also said on this website my site doesn’t lend itself to offer a service only as the service point is located adjacent to the entrance/exit and we don’t want it to get blocked. It might work for bigger sites with more space but not for us.
My job as a campsite owner is to look after my paying customers not service the needs of wild campers and I say that as a winter wild camper.


Some good points Jamie. Are you happy for me to read on the next podcast to show both sides?

Of course.
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 20.08.2019  ·  #67
Episode 22 of The Camping Crew podcast is out now.
We discuss Aarons visit to Parsons Green. Jamie give us a campsites owners view. Dingle driving tips. Vanderlust interview. Camping in the rain and driving sweets.
https://anchor.fm/the-camping-crew
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 26.08.2019  ·  #68
We are planning the next few podcasts at the moment so if you would like us to cover anything please let us know.
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 27.08.2019  ·  #69
‪Episode 23 of The Camping Crew podcast is out now.‬
‪We discuss our visit to Dunmore East. Not overnighting in Phoenix Park. Tent repairs. Motorhome camper toolbox and securing stuff when travelling.‬
‪https://anchor.fm/the-camping-crew ‬
Administrator
Avatar
Gender:
Location: Muckamore, Antrim
Age: 50
Homepage: motorhomecraic.com
Posts: 23315
Registered: 08 / 2011
My Motorhome: Itineo 740JB
Base Vehicle: Fiat Ducato 2.3 130BHP
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 27.08.2019  ·  #70
JJF
Craic Lifer
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Location: Donegal
Age: 52
Homepage: MotorhomeCraic.com
Posts: 2788
Registered: 10 / 2014
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 28.08.2019  ·  #71
Enjoying these podcasts a lot and this one is another good episode.
Got a suggestion for a topic to discuss? Get in touch with Aaron or Chris via the links on their podcast platform.
Maybe Jamie’s (strandcamping) suggestion of ‘jobs in the motorhome’ would be a good topic to discuss, we use that plan too.
Like the idea of the recording link, makes it easy for anyone to make a contribution.
Well done fellas, keep them coming.
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 28.08.2019  ·  #72
Thanks Ally and JJF. We would love to hear from the MotorhomeCraic members and get their suggestions on topics to discuss or maybe even for them to do a product or campsite review for us on the podcast.
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 04.09.2019  ·  #73
‪Episode 24 of The Camping Crew podcast is out now. AFrames & WiFi. On this episode we discuss Stickers, Willowbrook Glamping, overnighting in Dublin, A-Frame towing, campsite WiFi and doing you duty.‬
‪https://anchor.fm/the-camping-crew ‬
Screwed
Avatar
Gender:
Posts: 408
Registered: 05 / 2012
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 04.09.2019  ·  #74
Would love a Parking episode or two. It'd be really useful for the non-campsite users amongst us :)
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 04.09.2019  ·  #75
Quote by nipper

Would love a Parking episode or two. It'd be really useful for the non-campsite users amongst us :)


Hi Nipper

We love getting discussion suggestions. Can you elaborate on what you mean by Parking. Do you mean Wild Camping, we now call it Motorhome Camping :-) or overnight parking?

We have discussed this in a few episodes but havent gotten into it in too much detail as most of the time Aaron or I use campsites.

We would love to bring someone on to an episode that exclusively camps outside of campsites for a chat about it so if you or any one else would like to join us on an episode get in touch.

Chris.
Administrator
Avatar
Gender:
Location: Muckamore, Antrim
Age: 50
Homepage: motorhomecraic.com
Posts: 23315
Registered: 08 / 2011
My Motorhome: Itineo 740JB
Base Vehicle: Fiat Ducato 2.3 130BHP
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 04.09.2019  ·  #76
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 04.09.2019  ·  #77
Quote by Ally

Quote by ChrisByrne

we now call it Motorhome Camping :-)


NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! it's not camping, it's parking !! :P


Ah shoot, I meant to say Motorhome Parking.

Doh.
Administrator
Avatar
Gender:
Location: Muckamore, Antrim
Age: 50
Homepage: motorhomecraic.com
Posts: 23315
Registered: 08 / 2011
My Motorhome: Itineo 740JB
Base Vehicle: Fiat Ducato 2.3 130BHP
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 04.09.2019  ·  #78
Craic'er
Avatar
Gender: n/a
Age: 46
Posts: 40
Registered: 04 / 2017
My Motorhome:
Base Vehicle:
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 04.09.2019  ·  #79
Administrator
Avatar
Gender:
Location: Muckamore, Antrim
Age: 50
Homepage: motorhomecraic.com
Posts: 23315
Registered: 08 / 2011
My Motorhome: Itineo 740JB
Base Vehicle: Fiat Ducato 2.3 130BHP
Subject:

Re: Camping Crew Podcasts

 · 
Posted: 05.09.2019  ·  #80
Selected quotes for multi-quoting:   0

Registered users in this topic

Currently no registered users in this section

The statistic shows who was online during the last 5 minutes. Updated every 90 seconds.