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  1. Sallysausage

    Sallysausage

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    ::bigsmile:hi!i am new to motor homing,well,did have one many years ago for a short while when dog showing.I am just about to buy another oldie to get me into the spirit and see how often I am able to get out and about as I own a bed and breakfast.
     
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  2. Brisey

    Brisey Funster Life Member

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    Hi Sallysausage, welcome to MotorhomeFun.:thumb:
    :flyingwelcome:
     
  3. Baycott

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    Hi Sallysausage and welcome to the funhouse from East Sussex.
    :welcomefunster:
     
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    Hello :thumb:
     
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    Hello and welcome.
    I imagine running a B&B might put a stranglehold on everyday life! :Eeek:
    Will it be easy to get away in your acquisition, I wonder?

    Wyn
     
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    Terry Funster Life Member

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    Hi and welcome :thumb:---Hope you have people to help with your B&B so it gives you time to get away :Smile:
    terry
     
  7. yodeli

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    Sherwood forest ...... makes me dream and go back to my child's memories.... Robin Hood..
    I'd like to know if it still looks wild and did the people living there keep the legend alive?
    Any pic of your place ? B&B that is!

    I would love to come and visit!

    Anyway... Bienvenue à bord!

    Amicalement

    Frankie:Smile:
     
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    Hello and welcome to the Fun! :Smile:
     
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    Hello from Kent :welcome:
     
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    Welcome

    Greetings from Devon :welcomefunster:
     
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    Hi and welcome to the fun.:thumb:
     
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    Hi Frankie, Yes, the legend well and truly kept alive as I am sure Sally will tell you when she comes on. The old oak tree RH hid in is still there but help up with chains... His statue is outside Nottingham castle ... and the shops obviously make their money from souvenirs.

    I had a lovely holiday a few years back in Sherwood Forest..:thumb:
     
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    Hi Sally and welcome to the Fun! :welcomefunster:
     
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