Why I love motorhoming.

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  1. Snowbird

    Snowbird Funster Life Member

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    Whilst looking through some old photos for the wild camping thread I got to thinking why I love motorhoming. I came to the conclusion that its not just one thing but many. I consider myself lucky to have motorhomed through the golden years and have been able to travel, and both wild camp and also spend several months on winter halt campsites with many friends from around Europe. The freedom to come and go at will, and be welcomed everywhere we went. Here are a few photos that show the camaraderie of the golden years of motorhoming, when friends met up at the same sites on the same month every year, and every day was a day to remember. We all knew where everyone was and could plan trips of several months visiting old friends around Europe. Sadly many are not with us any more, and motorhoming will never be the same without them.
    Please feel free to put your favourite photos on here that show why you love motorhoming.
     

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    What can one say to that Dave,except ditto ! Regards Alf
     
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    I would just like to say that the last photo, although I had a smile on my face, I was not that happy having to peel spuds for about 30 people :Sad:.
     
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    No pain no gain then.... :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    You need to get with modern times Dave --A potato ricer saves having to peel them -instant lump free mash and the skins stay squashed in the bottom waiting for you to pull it off :thumb::BigGrin:
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    I wish.... But where would I put it. If I carry anything else there will be no room for me :Rofl1:.
     
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    :BigGrin:They are not very big Dave you could fasten it to the back of the van :BigGrin:
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