lazy or why not?

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  1. 2dogs

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    Planning summer trips with the thought of topping up part way through,
    carrying that much wine etc creates havoc with the weight of the van:BigGrin:

    has anyone used supermarket delivery service to a site?

    Cheers
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    Even if you had it delivered, you are still putting it in the van so I don't see how it saves weight.
     
  3. Popeye

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    Hi Gren, I assume the OP isn't going anywhere till some of it has been consumed....:Laughing:
     
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    One good reason for not Wild Camping is;

    You can stack the vino collapso 9 cases high in the shower cubical:BigGrin:
     
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    Hi Gren,

    yes I mean in situ as Popeye said. We don't use the service at home but
    just wondered if the would deliver to a site as opposed to a residence?

    Cheers
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    if you cant get 500ltr of red wine and 100 bottles of spanish brandy on board thn dont travel to maroc . heee hee .
    even more when coming home .you dont want to be buying it at uk prices .
     
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    AFAIK they won't deliver to anywhere but the registered address ... so unless you're camping on your own drive you're stuffed! :RollEyes:
     
  8. 2dogs

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    Thanks Mel, didn't think they would have,
    Alan, with a truck that size, no problems:BigGrin:

    Cheers
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    hi its only 20ft long .its a little baby.
    gotta keep some room for the fb pies ,chedder cheese .bacon . porridge oats ,brown sauce .
    corned beef, do i need to go on .ha ha .
    mixed dried fruits . all can be expensive abroad .
    its called export and import ./or in wine . not so keen on port .ha ha .
    but its much smaller than the pic infers . you maybe suprised one day.
    oh i forgot you do need big diesel tanks for returning to uk as well.
    max 1500ltr for customs .
     
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    Supermarkets will deliver anywhere specified - over many years of historical reenacting we had Tesco deliver to many an odd field or castle.:Rofl1:

    This is because the head cook had a home delivery account at Tesco:Smile:
     
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