an 'OLDIE ' who lost his way in a CARAVAN for 2 yrs.....OMG Back to the " FUN"..!!

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  1. davidallan

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    Never should have done it BUT ..with bones n joints giving way - 'The ageing process' ....so Liz & I thought a Level Floor caravan would do the Trick ?!? Mirrors ON., Hitch ON..steps in & OFF THEN Water container out..Fill it up., then waste bucket etc etc . SO its GOING & just now finalising a deal AND back to the "FUN". with level floor Motor Home. A costly exercise !! But it seems to be the Right thing to spend a little bit quicker at 70.. See u all soooooooon David n Liz [ Until 'Ting Tong' arrives ] she,ll cost me LESS than Liz SO WELCOME TO ALL YOU 'NEWBIES' ....ENJOY THE JOURNEY
     
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    A warm :welcomesign:from a cool Yorkshire.
     
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    Welcome back, you know it makes sense :)
     
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    Welcome! Quite a few reformed tuggers here, you'll fit in well. They have rallies where they all sit in a circle and say things like:

    "Hello everyone, my name's David and I used to own a caravan."

    Once you've admitted your problem it all gets so much easier. :)
     
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    Welcome back,enjoy your time with us.
     
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    Hi and Welcome back........(y)
     
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    Hi and
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    That is just wicked :-D
     
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    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    don't throw or give them away with the caravan..

    provided you have space to carry, an Aquaroll and Wastemaster can be very useful.. (y)
     
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    Welcome back:wb: What van have you chosen?
     
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    Hello and welcome (back) from West Midlands.



    Wyn
     
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    Hiya David and welcome, what's it like having two first names?
     
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    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    Allan .. is also my surname,

    Last name: Allan

    This interesting name is of Celtic origin, and derives from a personal name of great antiquity. The name Alan, is thought to derive from the Gaelic "ailin", little rock, a diminutive of "ail", rock, and was introduced into England and later to Ireland by the Breton followers of William the Conqueror after 1066, among whom it was a very popular given name.

    Read more: http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Allan#ixzz4BqKm8ydo


    https://www.houseofnames.com/allan-family-crest
     
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    Welcome back mate I am having that dilemna wife wants a caravan, so I have decided on a decent camper an with a tow bar on and a small caravan so I can leave the caravan at home and just use the camper
     
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    Welcome back.

    We were also Motorhomers who defected to caravans, in our case to finance the purchase of a place in France.

    After three years we gave in and bought another M/H. Now we can travel around Europe with only one cost for crossing the Channel. Result!(y)

    :WelcomeFlag::WelcomeFlag:
     
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    :hiya2: & :wb::):)
     
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    Oh dear, I would have to sit in the circle.:D
    I think I'm cured but I'll keep taking the tablets anyway.:)
     
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