Ready to commence a defensive stellplatz action

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  1. campa cola

    campa cola Funster

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    Oh dear......the grey tank is full, which means I have to leave my stellplatz place in Berchesgarden to go to the nearby drain. Last time I left Mrs CC with two chairs and the ECU connected guarding the place......This was still not enough to stop one German MH trying to get on the platz reversing in whilst shouting move to Mrs CC.
    Today's strategy will be leaving a barrier of chairs, ramps, a picnic table and a fully armed (window washer) Mrs CC. The only way the Germans can get around this is by invading the Belgians next door........safe as the Maginot line then ;)
     
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    irnbru Funster Life Member

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    Look at it the other way. If you were in Glasgow you would have the rain to fight off. Swap you anyday. :)

    Let off a few stink bombs, that should keep them away.
     
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    Well yes (y) just a bit hot here(y) one of the reasons I like Scotland, nice and er....temperate.

    I did read the Germans sell pepper spray in chemists :whistle:
     
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    Sounds like "grabbing the sunloungers" isn't the only holidaying affliction Germans suffer from.
     
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    If you had left your stuff out in Glasgow it wouldn't,t be there now. Missus included ;-)
     
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    Just open your grey water tap that is probably what they do !! funny that though in the 10 years weve been going to Germany we haven't seen anything like that! Berchesgaten isnt one we have visited though.
     
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    It's very hot, everywhere is rammed with Moho's, it's everyman for himself, plus a bit of bad temper. Would not consider coming here in August :Eeek:
     
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    Should have painted a bucket camouflage colours with the RAF Roundel on it
    humming Battle of Britain theme tune.
    Obviously never in the forces.
     
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    Done my bit and visited the Berghoff, the Germans have done their best to hide it!!!
     
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    Hots :sun:not the word .:eek:Yesterday & today. Nearly 35º today here in Fulda ,east of Frankfurt. :hot::hot: In the cab of the van it is even hotter !
     
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    Why not just use a bucket or one of them black containers. Leave motorhome where it is and take grey water on bike or trolley. Watering can for fresh water. Job done no need to move motorhome at all ?
     
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    Never had the problem, but then never stopped more than 3 nights on any stellplatz/aire/sosta so empty on my way out. I do this even if only stopping one night as you can never be sure when your next opportunity will come.
     
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    I suggested that but Mrs CC says she does not like the idea of her washing up bowl to be used for grey waste, but I do have a watering can (y)
     
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