Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Dawnbreak, Apr 18, 2010.
Was just reading a posting on here and was wondering..."does anybody find motorhoming stressfull"?
No, No and No :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
:Rofl1: also no :thumb: soon as I start the engine and go off the drive = stress less:Rofl1::Rofl1:
The only stressful part is watching the fuel gauge indicator visibly dropping, so, I dont look.
What makes you ask dawnbreak ? ? :Eek!:
BIG BIG NO :thumb:
Stress is for for tuggers with awnings. :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
try driving a 36ft RV with trailer though a French village that any sane human would have avoided, knocking hanging baskets and street signs as you go ..
or going down a narrow street and finding a low bridge or right angle bend that no way can you go around or under ..
THAT"S STRESS .. :Rofl1::Rofl1:
Been up "Cattle pass" near Applecross....and over the "Ben Lawers" pass which i thought at the time were a tad stressful...but compared to others here with larger motorhomes, I`d think they were a walk in the park :Rofl1: as the existing van is only 20ft. It`s a "mini", compared to the large RV`s
DEFFO NO CAN TWAIT TO GO AWAY IN MOTORHOME TAKES ALL MY STRESSES AWAY
"I'm sorry to be selling it, but after many years of caravanning and motorhoming, I have decided to start taking my holidays in a less strenuous fashion."
Was reading above part of posting for sale of motorhome from a gentleman on here....just got me wondering?
Indeed.. been over it but not in an RV
but going over the High Atlas on snowy roads was lets say... great for constipation :Laughing:
A small investment to purchas a Snooper Ventura will solve your stress problems.
cheaper to sell the RV and buy a motorhutch :Laughing:
OK...I might regret this...what's a motorhutch?
Sounds like the sort of thing I drive
.. just my sense of humour ... no offense meant :Blush:
No , not stressful , opposite in fact.
Tell me about it - put over £75 in today.
The only thing I find stressfull is getting back home :thumb: - Mike
None taken :coolthumb:
It gives me a big grin when I take it anywhere...so if it makes others smile that's fine by me...even if they are laughing