BBC 2 now

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  1. keith

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    At 66mpg ? ::bigsmile:
     
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    Wouldn't get my RV down that track but toad would fit fine :thumb:
     
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    another cooking program

    :cry::cry:
     
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    He would be lucky to get 25mpg,and I wonder what he does with his rubbish, also no toilet facilities.
     
  7. Welsh girl

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    Yea I saw that we mentioned about the toilet facilities though but we did say it must be nice to be able to cook and have tea and the like when on the beach!!
     
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    It's on every night this week and I think a few days next week. brings back happy memories of our earlier touring days. some good and some not so good!!:Smile:
     
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    Lady Stucley....I think.
     
  10. ShiftZZ

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    I saw one prog and was disappointed... A number of reasons.

    a) Its a cooking prog
    b) The bloke, I quote “space and weight is an issue, as a seasoned traveller, I only carry what I want...” So what do we see?
    1. Portable two ring gas cooker.
    2. Logs
    3. Billhook
    4. Pestle and mortar
    5. 3 chopping boards
    Ah well the countryside looked good.

    ShiftZZ
     
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    Yes I couldn't agree more shiftZZ..It's just a dressed up version of another COOKING PROG Good old BBC it's just like the old Two Fat Ladies.. touring cooking prog or The Hairy Bikers:Doh:I sat down to watch it and then I thought "ere we go" when I saw what he was up to.. More about cooking than the ins and outs of Motorhoming... The Rory McGrath and Paddy Mcguinnes prog touring England in a "Campervan" a couple of years ago just turned into another "Silly Events In England Prog" showing the lighter side of country life in the UK
    COME ON AUNTIE BEEB IF IT SAYS CAMPERVAN OR MOTORHOME LETS SEE IT AS SUCH DON'T DRESS IT UP!!
     
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