anything unusual on board?

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  1. Soozywoozy

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    Hopefully we all have corkscrews, kettles, loo roll etc, but (thought sparked by my daughter as a first year student at uni insisting she needed a pestle and mortar,) I thought I would throw out the
    'anything unusual on board" for a bit of fun
    To start things off we have a cocktail shaker and shot measures plus angostura bitters - love a martini perfect when we arrive, complete with an orange twist carved from the zester!

    You never know might pick up a few ideas!
     
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  2. scotjimland

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    oddly .. we carry food .. find it invaluable..
     
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  3. movan

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    Doggy blanket... I don't have a dog.:Sad: But just in case someone brings theirs into my van I keep it there.
     
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    Pic of Scotland winning the World Cup I know it's a fake.....:ROFLMAO:
     
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    Mike
     
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    Like three bl**dy ladders?????????????
    Ladder 1. There was no ladder with the van, and so I saw one on Flea-Bay. Hymer ladder....GREAT. Bought it, wrong ladder. The one we need is for the overcab Luton bed, and not the drop down version. :Doh:
    Ladder 2. With the above failure fresh to mind, we bought the shorter version of the very popular fold inside itself ladder. The works, but really we could do with an original Hymer Camp version, I think they were wooden.
    Ladder 3. Small step ladder for allowing me to access the rear roof ladder, (which starts half way up the back of the van,) and for cleaning etc. :cry:
     
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    I carry WIFE.

    I'm still trying to work out why.
     
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    25ml drink optic,,,my missus gets p****d to quick without one.:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    Orange twist?
    Whatever next?
     
  10. Movinon

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    Depends on what is considered unusual. I wouldn't hit the road without my indispensible collection of roadkill recipes. Probably not all that unusual though.

    Dinner at my place?
     
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    yes please.:thumb:
     
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    Is this opportunistic road kill ?
     
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    All the more reason to carry a 50ml one.
     
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    nothing wrong with a bit of fresh road kill:ROFLMAO:
     
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    Ouch

    We give you Single Malt, lucky heather ( no guarantee given ) and still the slings and arrows ::bigsmile:
     
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    My Tarboosh, green hardhat and Mankini,

    I like to surprise visitors:ROFLMAO:
     
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    With our old van we lost the knob off the roof vent over the bed and had to use mole grips to stop the vent opening as we drove along. Ordered a new knob and the mole grips stayed at the edge of the overcab bed just in case. When we traded it in at the last minute remembered the mole grips . Do you think mole grips in the bed count as anything strange......we thought the dealers might have got the wrong idea:Blush:

    David
     
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    Almost as good as range stew.
     
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    Does a 50" Plasma TV in a panel van sound to much ????

    We had to swop it in the end, was a pain having to take it out every time Irene wanted the loo.. :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     

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    I've just realized that I still have a can of de-icer under the driver's seat.

    Do you think it's safe for me to remove it? Or will I need it again in a couple of months?
     
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