I`m knackered.....

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  1. old-mo

    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    Just spent two an a half hours, emptying the RV... :Sad:

    Not taking anything out.... Everything that was in it when I bought it is staying...

    Safari Room... Skirt.. Table & Chairs.. Snooper type Sat.... Rear Elecrtro/Hydraulic Motorbike lift.. Spare wheel... :thumb:

    Not changing till next week... but looks like the weather may be on the change...
     
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    Under section 37(1) of the British Nationality Act 1981 Old Mo abandoned the name of "Old Mo" and assumed the name of "I'm Knackered"..

    Sounds about right to me :thumb:
     
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    I know the feeling

    I know the feel Mo.. taken us for ever to unload as in everything off... about 9 hours all in and a good 3 hours to put it all back (90%) ... where did we get it all from and did we ever use it all?

    So I know the feeling after doing all that work.


    Bob:Sad:
     
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    When we first had ours it had to have warranty work done to the roof - we had 2 holidays booked when the problem became manifest on pick up (cosmetic but had to be sone at Swift) so we'd just had two hols, not years.

    Everything that wasn't actually screwed down, including ALL soft furnishing - had to be removed. Mattress, bench seat cushions, curtains, carpets, bath mat ....... (not that we have actually screwed anything down, just what the factory did)

    Don't want to do that again ........
     
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    Mo what with all the house moves and RV changes over the last few years that you have done, im surprised that you are not living out of boxes. Would save all that unpacking just to have to pack up again after a short while.
    Go on be a devil and tell us this is the last move/change of vehicle you are ever doing
     
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    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    "Yes"...... Last move and RV.... :thumb:

    Unless there is money to be made....:BigGrin:

    Never say Never..

    But dont tell Judy.... :RollEyes::Cool:
     
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    Ya see thats the down side of these bloody gret VR's they take everything AND the kitchen sink, now if yud had a lil ole euro van you'd have got it all in a tea chest in five mins:Wink:
     
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    but the comfort of an RV

    but the comfort of an RV.. home from home:RollEyes:

    Bob:Blush:
     
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    May as well stay at home then Bob:Wink: mind you the older you get:imoutahere:
     
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    the cold do not mind it is the wet

    I can live with the cold... have camped many times when the site taps have frozen.. but it is the miserable wet I cannot do.

    Have a good time

    Bob:Blush:
     
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    Me to:cry:, plenty of that this summer:Cool:
     
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    just being nosey

    so did you sell it then, or taken it in to the px against differant one?
     
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    Me or Bob...?

    I had two, a "B" class and an "A" class.... Sold the "B" second time round of advertising... (Got more second time than the first add.. :RollEyes:)

    And Part X`d the "A" class for a 2 year old "A"... with the lay out I wanted and not with all the frilly bits of the other one which the wife fell in love with.. :Doh::Sad:
     
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    ...which should mean that I could empty/fill mine in about 2 minutes :thumb:

    How come in reality it takes me ages? :Sad:
     
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