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Robert Clark

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Just emptied and winterised our van ready to go back to Swift in January for repairs. Felt quite sad in a way knowing that our first season in our new 'home from home' had come to an end.
I just a few short months we'd been on our first ever trip to Bavaria, and then across the Alps to Tuscany.
Sitting there in the cold empty van felt a bit sad. But memories of sunny days and eating out on a warm evening made me smile.
Already looking forward to next years adventures!
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peter marshall

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Hi next year will soon come for more travels for you to enjoy, Ours start 31st Dec 4 nights in London to visit our son and family,then 4th Jan ferry from Portsmouth to Bilboa back home the end of May, spent all afternoon loading up the garage with all the gear, just cloths and what food we take to do. Pete
 

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our season never ends, whilst the van does not leave the site as often as I'd like it is used as a static nearly every day. repairs and upgrades are ongoing as required and weather allows.

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hilldweller

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From Aug 2007
>> How do you feel when.....

Let down, angry.

Make sure you get a good repair and some compensation for your inconvenience.

 
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Robert Clark

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>> How do you feel when.....

Let down, angry.

Make sure you get a good repair and some compensation for your inconvenience.
Don't get me wrong, I don't feel let down by Swift. When we looked at the build quality of our Swift van compared with others we found Swift to be far superior value for money. The point of my post was about how I felt about putting the van to bed - not sticking the knife into Swift.
Yes I've had a problem but Swift have been quick to respond
 

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