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  1. johnjo090

    johnjo090 Read Only Funster

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    Hi everyone,

    Just signed up to this site, dont have a MH finding it tough to make a descision. Currently, we tow a twin axle swift conquerer with a Jeep grand cherokee, undecided if a largish MH would be best or to go for new(ish)tug such as a double cab pick up and 8ft wide Hobby caravanvan. Being retired, we would like to winter in the warmth and summer here, we travel with 3 cats so an MH with internal access to a garage with fixed bed over would be the ideal. any views/advice much appreciated

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    john
     
  2. Loujess

    Loujess Read Only Funster

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    Hi John. No idea but welcome anyway. I'm sure some clever bods will be along shortly. :flyingwelcome:

    Ivy
     
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    chatter Read Only Funster

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    Hi and Welcome to Fun, sorry i cant help with your dilemma over van or m/home, as you can see we are still technically tuggers all be it a 5th wheel unit and pickup
     
  4. Swiftroy1

    Swiftroy1 Read Only Funster

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    Welcome John. It took me nearly a year to make up my mind for which van would suit. visiting shows and dealers. I hope you find your ideal van.

    Roy
     
  5. Gran & Rog

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    Hello welcome to the Forum, please take your time to find a van have a good look around and when you see one or two you like go back a few times to make sure you get the right one for you.

    We made some silly mistakes and lost silly money because of it.
     
  6. Carol

    Carol Funster Life Member

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    :welcomefunster:Hello and welcome to Fun, I am biased but after changing from Caravan to Motorhome love the freedom the Motorhome brings, you can park in beautiful places often staying the night you can use th Aires in France, the one thing you would probably need some other transport though, like cycles or electric bikes to get around when on a site. Which ever you choose enjoy.
     
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