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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by JWitterson, May 19, 2009.

  1. JWitterson

    JWitterson Deleted User

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    Hi all MH fans,
    I'm new in motorhoming and I don't own a MH yet, but in the future I'll surely get one. So far I've been using rental motorhomes.::bigsmile:

    Cheers
     
  2. runrig

    runrig Funster Life Member

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    Hi JWitterson
    Welcome to the fun site, lots of people on here with loads of info, hope you get your motorhome soon, youll love it. :thumb:
    Sheila & Mick
     
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    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    That might not be a bad plan if you just do one or two big trips a year. It's an awful lot of money and overheads to parked up most of the time like a lot are.
     
  4. Dawn

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    Hello & :welcome:
     
  5. dylan

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    Welcome from me too :thumb:
     
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    Hi and welcome to the fun:thumb:
     
  7. JWitterson

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    Thanks a lot guys for the warm welcome. That's true I don't make to many trips because of the lack of time, so rental motorhome is now the best option for me. BTW i found a great site where they have a variety of mtorhome hire. Depending on coutry I want to visit I can get one there. Last year I traveled through Cornwall and all the West Coast of England in Kentucky Camp 4 Royal and I must admit that it was great fun.
     
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    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    Makes a lot of sense in some ways. We've just done Morocco, 5000 miles but only 1400 in Morocco. Now many will say that the journey is all part of the holiday but financially most of the cost was just getting there.

    It was different touring by bike, getting there was the FUN, once there it was recovering from the fun and preparing for the return fun.
     
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