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Posted: 09.04.2019  ·  #1
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Posted: 10.04.2019  ·  #2
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.
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Posted: 10.04.2019  ·  #3
I downloaded them last night and think they are great. I liked the campsite owner interview which have a great insight - Blarney campsite was the example.

Just starting to work my way through the closely related YouTube clips. I’ve read a lot about Portumna for example, but never been so it is great to see a motorhomers perspective on it in video format.



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Episode 3 of The Camping Crew podcast is out now. It’s a Good News Episode. They talk about Nore Valley And Morriscastle Campsites. Wheel Chocks and the Motorhome Parking Ireland app. Give it a listen and if you like it tell your camping friends.

 
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I listened to them this morning and thought they were very good. The content was spot on. Looking forward to more.

Will have a look at the videos tonight.
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Posted: 14.04.2019  ·  #6
Thanks for the mention of Chris & I's podcast and thanks for looking up my You Tube channel....


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Posted: 14.04.2019  ·  #7
Great Podcasts and Youtube channel Aaron.
Looking forward to more.

Welcome to MotorhomeCraic, if there is anything we can do to help or assist you both with the podcasts then just shout, its great to have podcasts set with an irish perspective and with local knowledge and reports.
I think you both have a winner on your hands.
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Posted: 17.04.2019  ·  #8
‪New episode of The Camping Crew #podcast coming tonight/ early tomorrow. Watch this space...
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Posted: 17.04.2019  ·  #9
Thanks Chris, looking forward to it.

I must also say well done to Aaron for the the 'Charlie and me' channel. I watched my way through a good few episodes over the weekend. Its nice to have a videographers perspective to irish campsites and being able to get a virtual walkaround the sites adds another dimension which is really helpful.

Between the both of you, you'e making a huge contribution to the camping scene. I hope the subscriber and view numbers soar for both projects!
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Lads,
Forgive me but how does one get pod cast on android phone?

Im not messing I have not a clue as I have not bothered with pod casts before but there is always a first time,
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I use an iPhone but it should work in a similar way. You would need an app from the Google play store. If you click on the play store icon (triangle icon) on your phone screen (might be hidden somewhere) and look up the word “Podcast”. This should give you a range of free podcast apps. Install one and then open it and search for “camping crew”. The podcasts should come up and then you can download them.
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Thanks Gavin,
Sounds handy enough
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Posted: 25.04.2019  ·  #14
Thanks also @Gavin

@Mad Max - Google Podcasts on Android is free and easy. You can also listen on Spotify also without a premium subscription.


We should have a new episode out this evening or tomorrow all going well.

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Episode 5 of The Camping Crew podcast is available now. On this Episode we chat with Louise from Vantastival. We also discuss the campsite at Doolin and Dunmore East and camping comfort (chairs). We ask you to tell us about your camping mishaps and share ours. Eek.
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Episode 6 of The Camping Crew podcast is available now.

On this Episode we discuss: Camping in storms. Bad parking in Dingle and Tramore. Campsites: Woodland in Tralee, Flemings in Killarney. Tips, camping hacks and more.
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Episode 5 of The Camping Crew podcast is available now. On this Episode we chat with Louise from Vantastival. We also discuss the campsite at Doolin and Dunmore East and camping comfort (chairs). We ask you to tell us about your camping mishaps and share ours. Eek.


I had a listen to it on the drive home lastnight. Enjoyed it. :up:
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Episode 7 of The Camping Crew podcast is out now.

On this Episode we have an interview with Niamh from Morriscastle. We discuss Motorhome tests and Give Away Boxes. Campsites in Dingle and ferrybank Wexford. We also have Apps, Tips, trailers, camping hacks and more.
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Episode 8 of The Camping Crew podcast is out now.

On this Episode we talk about new camper spaces at Tramore and planned at Bunratty. We interviewed Noel from ICCC. We chat about Hidden Valley campsite and the Cobh spaces. We shine a light on torches and toasters. We give a big wave to our fellow campers. We close with a kids view of camping.
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We are currently planning future episodes. We have had some really good suggestions so far and are planning to integrate them into the podcasts.

We would love to hear more of your suggested topics and items to cover. You can leave them in the comments here or email us at campingcrewpodcast@gmail.com

Thanks again for listening and the great feedback.
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Just listened to episode 9 very good show good interview ,must listen from episode 1 👍
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Excellent. Great advancements and progress when you hear how far Motorhome Craic has come and achieved. Well done Ally and the team. Great interview by Jon. 👍👍
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Great interview Jon, I didn't recognise the voice, missed you at Ally's Birthday Party, I am sure we will meet in the not so distant future. Fair play to Aaron and Chris for making it possible, :up:
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Thanks folks, Aaron made it easy with his interviewing style.
Many thanks to “the camping crew” for promoting us and indeed for promoting motorhoming in general.
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Episode 10 of The Camping Crew podcast is out now.

On this Episode we give a shout to Ally, Joe and Ben for their feedback & suggestions. We chat about our recent visit to Bayview Dungarvan. We discuss Ridge Monkeys, camping apps, camping with additional family members, campsite checks before you head home and Camping Hacks

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Just listened to podcast 10 great show well done lads keep em coming
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Excellent again fellas. Well done.
Looking forward to the YouTube blogs over the weekend.
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Episode 12 of The Camping Crew podcast is out now, including a few mentions of MotorhomeCraic

On this Episode we discuss clamping in Bundoran #Donegal, Brittany ferries Pont Aven sailings being delayed. Camping at Festivals. Lough Arrow Camping Park in #Sligo. Lots of new Camping hacks. Spend priority, van names and safety.
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Another good one fellas, enjoyed listening.
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Episode 13 of our podcast has just gone live. It’s available on most podcast platform's.
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Really enjoying the podcasts
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[quote="ChrisByrne"

Hi Chris, I was listening to some of the latest podcasts Great stuff well done :up:
One was on alarms and the need to check the batteries are good and in date, something else which people don't generally know is that the alarms have a recommended life span, it will be printed on a label on the body of the alarm itself. I returned alarms that were not working only to find the replacements the shop gave me had the same dates which were 3 years into the lifespan.
( slow seller )
The other was on the content of first aid kits. I have often taught, what do they put huge shell dressings in, you know the sort of thing you see in comedy sketches wrapped around a fellows head, ( stupid space fillers ) until my Granddaughter came off a set of roller skates, I had to use two of then to close the opening under her Knee. The moral is, something might look stupid in a domestic kit but leave it there and hope you never have to use it.
Also, add sudocrem, the all-around burn/rash treatment.
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