Susan Mellsopp is retired and lives with her golden retriever guide dog Jay in Hamilton New Zealand. She recently joined a writers group and is being challenged to write in genres other than travel and memoir. She has published two school histories and writes for the New Zealand Blind Foundation as well as an Australian travel website. She is a voracious reader, loves to travel, listen to classical music, cook, and enjoys learning to use modern technology.
It is great to be able to feature another story from Susan Mellsopp, who was a regular contributor last year and won our May 2017 contest. Enjoy her latest entry Tent Pegs and Poles here.
19/3/2018 10:04:31 pm
You were so adventurous, and stuck it out until it became necessary! I just loved it!
19/3/2018 10:16:09 pm
This makes me want to visit New Zealand as a camper! Thanks for sharing your experience, Susan!
20/3/2018 11:20:36 am
I camped with my children when they were young and we all have fond and funny memories, too. I enjoyed reading your adventures and would love to see your country.
10/4/2018 06:25:42 am
Very Nice site Really amazing site I will visit again this lovely site Thanks <3
10/4/2018 11:18:49 am
It takes a huge effort to carve holidays from a farm schedule! Well done!
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