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Yeah I know Easter is a religious celebration,
but I’ve been thinking about Easter eggs lately.
You see, caravans are a bit like Easter eggs.
They come in all shapes and sizes.
They’re enjoyed by millions of people around the world.
Some are wrapped in shiny paper on the outside,
but often dull on the inside.
Once you’ve had one, you can’t get enough.
There are cheap ones and of-course expensive ones.
You get what you pay for … usually.
Some are filled with extra goodies.
Easter eggs are seen more at … you guessed it … Easter.
Just like caravans.
The oldest, traditional egg is dyed or painted chicken eggs,
bit like vintage vans, being painted and done up.
Eggs, in general, were a traditional symbol of fertility, and rebirth.
Caravans are often a symbol of escape, our way of rebirth and discovery.
Eggs can be soft boiled, just like on-road vans built for folks wanting all the comforts of home.
And … eggs can be hard boiled, just like the off-road variety, built to take anything.
The custom of giving eggs at Easter celebrates new life.
The custom of going away at Easter celebrates life.
Happy Easter everyone from RView!