Posted by David Bamford on September 05, 2017 at 14:33:59 user David.
In Reply to: “It’s far the best camp we’ve ever had,” said Mate Susan. . . posted by Jon on September 04, 2017 at 07:21:14:
Caravanning had to wait until well after the end of the WW II, when more people could afford cars. Like telephones, personal cars were quite scarce in Britain in the Thirties. There is no suggestion in the books that the Walkers owned a car, although if they could afford a nanny they would be able to afford a car. But moving two adults, five children and a nanny would require a small bus!
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