Rural Northumberland

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  1. Higgy

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    Just signed up, so hello to everyone.

    I collect the MH on BH Monday and drive the 5 hours back up to Rothbury. My
    first outing, should be interesting.

    We have had different motorhomes in the past including, a 1980 VW LT28 then a 95 Bongo and lastly prior to going over to NZ a 1993 6 Berth Talbot Express.

    Our latest is an old A Class Pilote it has the inside configuration that suits us.

    Cannot wait to give it a first outing.
     
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    :hiya: Love Norhumberland, sister lives in Belford.
     
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    Loved the county, my sister lived just outside Alnwick before she died last year, it has unkind memories for us now, but hope to revisit sometime.
    Welcome to the Fun.
     
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    Welcome! That'll be an interesting first drive on bank holiday Monday! Is there nowhere local you can stay? It would give you an opportunity to check everything out before driving home.
     
  6. Higgy

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    Going down by train so limited as what I can take (sleeping bag etc) so
    I will bimble along and have some stops for coffee.
     
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    Hi Higgy

    Welcome to the FUN, nice bit of the world you come from, we try to get up to Snitter farm once a year for a visit to Cragside and surrounding walking and cycle routes.

    Martin
     
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  9. Higgy

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    Next time you are up in our neck of the woods, you could try these two eateries.

    Oxford Farm Shop & Tea Rooms near Berwick. Very filling lunches.

    The Running Fox at Felton just superb, you have to book otherwise you
    may not get a table.
     
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    Hello and welcome to the Fun upload_2016-4-27_16-58-16.png
    We came through Rothbury just a few days ago, been staying at Wooler then at Kielder, both good for walking.
    Angler's Arms at Kielder village for good food ;)(y)
     
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