Outside a German supermarket with our bikes, after stocking up for the Finnlines ferry.

The Clines family are: Jeremy (49), Louise (42), Esther (9) and Nathaniel (6). We’re a car-free family that loves to travel. Happiest taking off on our bicycles with our camping gear in tow, the Clines family use trains and ferries too to boost us along the way. Our lifestyle aims to be as eco-aware as possible yet there are compromises the whole time. Therefore we readily accept lifts, use the odd taxi and even take the occasional aeroplane. Reality is imperfect and messy. In this blog we want to share our attempts, successes and frequent failures with you. Is being eco-family possible? Can we manage some eco-travel with young children?

07/04/2017: Jeremy and Louise Clines with their children Nathaniel ,5 , and Esther, 7 from Sheffield, England, camping at Cockatoo Island in Sydney. Pic by James Croucher
07/04/2017: Jeremy and Louise Clines with their children Nathaniel ,5 , and Esther, 7 from Sheffield, England, camping at Cockatoo Island in Sydney. Pic by James Croucher

3 Comments

  1. WUNGTEI BUCHEM says:

    I absolutely admire the trend. Someday me with my wife and kids too hehe

    1. Whichever way you manage it, I’m sure you’ll enjoy more travelling. It might look different to our way, but hopefully you’ll get some ideas from us!

  2. George says:

    Love it! Thanks, George

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