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  1. PaulyP

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    Yesterday I was out at 8 am setting up gazebos and BBq's in the pouring rain till 2 pm.:rain:
    Family, friends and neighbours arrived from 4 and it remained dry.
    Had a good evening in aid of my birthday on tues.:beer::beer:

    6 grandchildren and friends used The Busby as their playarea, got to go and clean him out soon, looked like a bombsite when they left.:censored:2

    Came down at 7 this morning to sunshine:sin: and the prospect of taking down and packing away everything, just having a 3rd cup of team that may give me the enthusiasm to make a start.:yawn:
     
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    Welsh girl Funster Life Member

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    You are brave letting the grandchildren play in the busby....I let my grandchild in there one and she very nearly pulled the indicator stalk off... no more will I let her play in the van, she pulls everything about, nearly broke the toilet lever, pulling on the gear stick, yanked the window levers about, oh my lord was I worried!!!
     
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    He's a tough one "The Busby" nothing broken but one curtain hook !:Eeek:
    Everyone said i was mad to let them in, but it kept them occupied and allowed us grown ups (i use that term loosely) to drink.:Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    What's a busby ! ?????????:Eeek:
     
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    tall hat army types with red jackets wear :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:









    stands back and waits for incoming flak:thumb:
     
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    The Busby

    Grandchildren decided that my Hymer B694 is like a bus:Sad:, so being manchester united fans decided to call it The Busby (Sir Matt) would be pleased.:thumb:
     
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    Talking of BBq's

    Today we had a chicken cooked on our Cobb unit.. Nice crispy outside and well done allthe way through .. We used the extender ring and a up right chicken cooking frame.. Used normal BBQ stones rather than a Cobb stone... Normal stones or brackets last longer than the Cobb stones... Added a Belgium beer tithe moat and after 2.5 hours it was done... The Cobb units are so versatile .

    Recommend....

    The weather in Northern France has been a bit cool and some rain.. Nw and then windy... Forecast isthe same all next week and the following week until we come back:cry::cry:

    Give me some sun.

    Bob:Blush:
     
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    so best to go in July then Bob
     
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