A frame camPER is looking for a holiday home for his wife and family.

The couple have a five-year-old son and two-year old daughter and the couple have owned and operated a frame cammer business for about four years.

They are not currently looking for their next home.

The camper has lived in the area for more than five years and says it is not unusual for people to come into his camper and rent out their space.

“It is a family business and people come into the camper to rent out the space, that’s the way it’s done in this area,” he said.

“People come in here and have a little bit of fun and there’s always a lot of noise.”

I don’t want to come across as a pest but it does get noisy and it’s a bit of a nuisance.

“It’s not something you would want to do for a party or something like that.”

But I think it’s nice to have a home and to live in it for a bit and relax a bit.

“We’re not worried about the neighbours but they’re welcome to come in if they wish to do it.”

The camper’s business has been well received by the community in the town, and has been able to attract clients from across the world.

Mr MacLaren said he was glad people were still coming to his campeper to stay for Christmas.

“People come and visit us, it’s just a nice place to spend time,” he explained.

“There are a lot more camper rentals in this town now than I remember when I started out.”

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