Although it's not part of my family's tradition, l’ve certainly had many friends who would spend 2, 3 or even 4 weeks of the Christmas summer school holidays at the beach. These families almost always return back to the same campground and sometimes even to the same campsite. It’s a tradition they repeat year, after year.
The campgrounds swell in size, and become almost like little towns. Friendships with other campers are rekindled, washing lines are strung up between tents, and the fridges are filled with Christmas left-over’s and beer.
This is the tradition for my mate Stu. His family has been camping over the Christmas summer school holidays since the 1940’s. It's a wonderful family tradition started by three sisters, that has been continued by their children, grandchildren and now great-grandchildren.
If you've been visiting this blog for a while, you'll already know that Stu is a genius behind the lens. I've already shared two of this previous videos with you, one on a fishing adventure and the other on making bread at home with his kids. Stu's worked with the ABC Open team again, and it's quickly becoming apparent that making videos is his thing.