From a Begginer....to a Begginer....LOOK

Discussion in 'The Beginner' started by Sweeney-todds, May 27, 2009.

  1. Sweeney-todds

    Sweeney-todds Deleted User

    Hi There.:Smile:

    We are very new to Motorhoming, and have found the advise and guideance from other members here at Motorhomefun, a great help.

    On the advice of Pappa-jon we purchased the "MOTORHOME CHECK LIST BOOKLET".....this is an in depth publication, put together by John, with the help of the other experienced users on the forum.

    What a brilliant, well put together publication it is.
    It is full of valuable and very helpfull information, an absolute must have for the novice.:thumb:

    So.......as a Newbie.....to other Newbies.....its a worth while buy.


    Great book John.....Thank You.:thumb:



    Bill & Lorraine:Smile:
     
  2. Geo

    Geo Trader - Funster

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    I think im right in saying,It was actually put together and published by Jim, No1 Funster,:Doh: but hey who cares :Laughing:its still a great aid to motorhoming for the novice and experienced alike :thumb:
     
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  3. hilldweller

    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    It would be better if it had "AND DON'T FORGET TO PACK YOUR ACSI DISCOUNT CARD" on the front in big red letters.

    Maybe that will be on the Mk 2.
     
  4. Sweeney-todds

    Sweeney-todds Deleted User

    Did I say John:Eeek:......sorry JIM:Doh::BigGrin:...thanks for the heads up Geo:Blush::thumb:
     
  5. Sweeney-todds

    Sweeney-todds Deleted User

    Hi hilldweller.:Smile:

    O.K.......here it comes:BigGrin:...whats the ACSI card.......:Doh::BigGrin:
     
  6. hilldweller

    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    Motorhome &amp caravan books, guides and maps, Go Motorhoming Europe, Camperstop Europe, France Passion, campsite guides, full-timing the facts, Aires and stopovers guides

    It's just a book listing thousands of EU camp sites with a discount card inside. It can pay for itself in just a few nights - though not in the UK.

    The DVD database is also brilliant value BUT it does not come with a discount card.

    Still for £20+ you're pretty well set up for Europe.

    Having said that, I rate the two Caravan Club European guides for another twenty odd quid.

    Both of them, well, less than a tankfull.
     
  7. Jim

    Jim Ringleader

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    I agree, IMO they are THE site guides.
     
  8. pappajohn

    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    well thanks guys....:thumb:

    'fraid i cant take the credit but i will take the royalties:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:

    and , might i add , the Travel-log is just as good.
     
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  9. Jim

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    Thanks guys, I will have some checklists and travel journals with me at Stratford:thumb:

    Really looking forward to that show, it will be the first one that we don't have a stand at so i can chill just like every other funster:thumb::drink:
     
  10. pappajohn

    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    yeah right!!!!!

    you'll be out there with a fistfull of fliers, wont you....go on admit it :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
  11. stuurman

    stuurman Funster

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    Being the proud owner of my first own motorhome (take delivery tomorrow!!:thumb:), I want that never-forget-anything-book and travel journal too. Point is I live in Amsterdam, Holland and I seem to remember reading that sending it can only be done when the purchaser lives in the UK. I wonder if that still goes. If so, I'll have to wait until I will visit the UK in the future.
    Or maybe Jim will make an exception, if I pay more postage????? Just asking:Blush:
     
  12. gazznsam

    gazznsam Read Only Funster

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    He won't need to, toffee in her motorhomefun logo'd panniers will be there, just load them up with fliers and send her round the showground,
     
  13. hilldweller

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    With the state this country is in Jim'll get a Queen's Award for Exports sending them.
     
  14. Boo

    Boo Read Only Funster

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    Ja ja! Ik ben gek op Amsterdam :BigGrin:

    and welcome to motorhoming :welcome:

    I need to get me one of those checklist books too................maybe you can send them with the stickers Jim? :Blush:

    Boo
     
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