What makes a good motorhome show ?

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  1. dylan

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    What make a good show for you, lets say you are going to the Carmarthen Caravan and Motorhome Show (you are going aren't you ?) what do you want to see there ? A motorhome showing demos, awnings, TV sat systems, Efoy systems, goodies and toys or what ? You tell me what makes a show worthwhile.
    Or do you go to just meet and see old friends. :Smile:
     
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    I normally walk round for an hour or so, and then chill out with Funsters for the other 47 hours:Smile:

    So for me...Rain or shine, flooded or hard-standing, near or far - Funsters = Good Show:thumb:
     
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    Just let us know when you're handing it out, Dane - we'll all be there :Rofl1:

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    Got to be new gadgets,accessories and bargains for me :thumb:
     
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    If the FUNSTERS are there they will always turn even the worst shows into the best.:thumb::thumb:
     
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    No, not this time, there is a credit crunch on and all us southerners need to tighten our belts to keep all the northerners in benifits:Rofl1:
     
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    Hi Diabalo
    Just before your pips start to squeak, let us northerners know your plight and we will send you 2p so that you will still be able to scratch your 'you know what' . :Rofl1::Rofl1:
    Pudseykeith. [From the land of Pudsey Bear] :thumb::thumb:
     
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    I hope The South isn't thinking of closing up shop too soon - we're booked into Abbey Wood in January :Rofl1:

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    I'm down there in December.
    This could be an invasion......:Rofl1:

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    :thumb:You are all welcome:thumb:​
     
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    MMMMMMMMMMMMM I see an oppurtunity too dash off with a couple of spare hub caps here :Cool:

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    That's why we use Abbey Wood - it has security :Rofl1::Rofl1:

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    Hub caps!!! We are posh down ere we all got alloys:Rofl1:
     
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    Back on topic chaps ! :BigGrin::Wink:
     
  18. Diabalo

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    Sorry Dylan

    To be honest I like the trade stands as I have a MH and not about to change in the near future.

    Gadgets,gizmos and tool stands always get a going over. I would also be interested in fishing equipment and outdoor clothing stands.

    Not forgeting the MH FUN stand (I like the bald geezer that runs it)
     
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    Yes, sorry Dylan.

    We go for accessory stands - similar to Dane - as we aren't looking to change the van any time soon.

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    I like to wander round the stands, and see whats what,anything new, or different and look for bargains and there is usallly something that i NEED!!!! lol, but the best bit is being able to meet up with the funsters and enjoy, :thumb:
    ruth
     
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