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Hello Again!

It's two years today since the final issue of iMotorhome Magazine, and just gone eight months since my beautiful Kelsey – aka Mrs iMotorhome – passed.

To be honest it has been a hell of a journey, but this anniversary seems an ‘auspicious’ time to say hello again and share some news. Before you get too excited, no, iMotorhome Magazine isn’t coming back. What is coming is a redesigned and expanded website to encompass literally the world of motorhoming: Australia and New Zealand, North America, Europe and the UK, Asia, and the rest of the world. Each will be a source of news and information and, as it develops, reader travel stories, experiences and more. It's very early days and there is much planning remaining before you see any changes, just know that they are coming.

In the meantime, I invite you to email me with the top five things you’d like to read about. Do you want reviews, news, show reports, DIY articles, travel stories, tours, accessories, destinations, dining or whatever? You choose and five is fine, but if you have more – knock your socks off.

Finally, a heartfelt thank you to everyone who phoned, emailed, messaged or commented on the website, following Kelsey’s passing. It was unexpectedly overwhelming and to be honest, I wasn't able to reply to many of you at the time. If you didn't hear from me, know that I read and appreciated every word, and that I sincerely thank you for your kindness and support. Perhaps we'll catch up at a show, rally or on the road, as this new phase of iMotorhome develops. Whatever happens, it feels ‘right’ to be back and I look forward to sharing the adventure with you…

Kind regards,


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G'Day Richard,

Great to hear you are continuing... time is a healer and I am sure Mrs I'M would be proud that you are keeping her legacy as part of the production team going.

I'd be keen to finish the Olive Van Project story... still finessing up to the day of departure, we had our first big trip of 14 weeks last year. Dodging the floods and Covid lock-downs, we did just over 12000 k's on the east coast and across to SA. Sorting minor issues along the way, but nothing major so far. We have had a couple of smaller trips, including a boy's motorcycle adventure with trailer in tow, we are just about to embark on another journey…

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Hi Ian & Wendy, great to hear from you and thank you for your kind thoughts. Yes, it would be terrific to finish the project and it sounds like you have plenty to report. No pressure (I've still got a lot to sort out), but when you're ready please send your next installment. Cheers, Richard.


Hi Richard, perhaps some of the items could include:

  1. Say 4 or 5 short, succinct, unbiased campsite reviews, both paid and unpaid, CP‘s included, giving several Images as well as maybe a “pros” and a “cons” for each.

  2. Maybe a monthly “12v electrics” column, outlining some basic 12v DIY projects and installs, as well as a database of articles re 12v built up over time.

  3. A monthly camp cooking “over fire” type recipe. Interesting stuff to cook up when on a trip. Must be easy and basic.

  4. A monthly feature journey from a member or other sources. Detailing the trip, distances, sightseeing attractions visited along the way, where fuel and food and water sourced, dump points utilised etc. Somethi…

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Thanks Frank, that's quite a list and I appreciate your feedback. Give me time and I'll see what I can come up with.


Hi Richard. We were unaware of your loss, are thoughts are with you. We had such a great time at Dalgetty with you both. All the best with any future projects.

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Hi Laurie, thank you, much appreciated. Looking back, those were such special times and I thank you for being a part of it. I hope you're travelling well and life is treating you kindly :)

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