The baby's arrived

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  1. Fragle

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    Well after all the wait the new baby arrived today. A lovely little Adria coral 3.5t:inlove: Now the fun can begin. We'll be the ones looking confused when we pull up on site. What no legs to put down:giggler: Roll on Friday for the first trip:party3: Van bitz Cornish farm.
     
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    enjoy......(y)
     
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    Thanks. Will do. After 20 yrs in a caravan it's a bit different but familiar:)
     
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    we love ours ,,,5 minutes on site all sorted,,,when leaving,,,put stuff away in 5 minutes unhook ehu and off we go....so much easier than a caravan......
     
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  5. Fragle

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    One of the many attractions of a motorhome is the ability to move around. Have loads of ideas having researched on here. Many thanks to all for the information re insurance/storage /alarms all very helpful(y)
     
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    we are in our third year motorhoming, we still find ourselves treating it like a caravan which is OK for some places but not others

    good luck and enjoy the difference (y)
     
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    (y) It's lovely when a plan comes together, enjoy
     
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    Can't believe all the space :roflmto:
     
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    20yrs waiting but well worth it:)
     
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    you wait, it will soon fill up :D

    we had a 6.4m caravan, now got an 8m MH and our Bernese, its big but not big enough

    have you considered an awning yet?

    That has kept Bev sane and is her lifeline back to caravanning

    We do now tend to move every other day, if not every day, that is the big difference and as already mentioned, packing and moving is so quick (y)
     
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    Not looked at awnings yet. Might wait till the van fills up a bit first(y) Alarms tracker and bike rack first:smiley:
     
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    Very wise! Now in our twenty fourth motorhoming year and learn something new(y) on this site every day. Good luck and most of all enjoy!(y)
     
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    Enjoy your new toy (y)
     
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    Remember the excitement and still experience it every time we go out.
    Enjoy the van and make some great memories.(y)
     
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    You have made a very wise choice going to Vanbitz for your first outing.

    Enjoy your new van(y)
     
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    Ohh enjoy, understand totally how you feel, we've had caravans over 20 years and agreed a deal with camper uk for an adria 647 yesterday :clap2:Can't wait, collection on 29th.

    I do fully expect to shed a little tear when our pastiche goes tho', it's been a lovely 'van.
     
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    Well done (y) We seen ours in June. Great quality and spec van:) It'll be a long wait till 29th
     
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    You get what you pay for. :smiley:The alarm and tracker is not cheap. But I'd like to enjoy my time with it knowing it'll be there when we get back from the beach. Not heard a bad word about vanbitz either(y)
     
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    Oh spotted it a week or two ago and it's the only one he's really liked, I'd dismissed it as I think I was so focussed on a hymer....

    However when we were test driving a burstner last week he (& Joe the salesman) persuaded me to look again and we spent quite a while just pottering in it and I have to say oh was right( shush don't tell him:LOL:)

    I am really impressed by the look and feel and it drives alot nicer than a fiat. The interior is really spacious compared to the many, many other mohos we've looked at.

    Just marking big red X's on the calendar to countdown:)
     
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    Like moving house this reloading. And still spending:roflmto: All good fun. It could be worse:drink:
     
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