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  1. Steve

    Steve Funster Life Member

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    What am I doing up at midnight? taking my awning down before it does it by its self. Here at bella vista its winddddy but no rain and mild.
    Steve
     
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    You'll get no sympathy from Funsters in the UK, esp' Wales, it's been blowing hoolies here for a month::bigsmile:
     
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    Steve, you join a long list of motorhomes who have been caught out by the wind. There was a distinct lack of awnings/safari rooms down at Villasol this year. Last year the winter winds were quite strong and people decided to do without.
     
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    One of those learning curve things, if I had looked around the site the few that are up are on the other side of the mh and a bit more sheltered.
     
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    oh is it still raining:Smile: see you on the 22nd
     
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    One good thing about Spanish sites-they don't usually care what way you park-even at angles ::bigsmile: so it's usually possible to use MotorHome as a windbreak for the awning:thumb:

    Mike
     
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