Just drove home in our first MH

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  1. Xan

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    As the title says, I just brought our first MH home this morning, a 2003 Suntor 630G.

    At this stage I'm not feeling any different, I still think I'm too young, cool and interesting to have a motorhome. When does it all change? :ROFLMAO:
     
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  2. steveclecy

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    Didn't you realise? Having a Motorhome MAKES you young, cool and interesting. Welcome to the Forum, sure you will have many happy outings.

    Steve
     
  3. lorger

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    Hi and well done on your purchase hope all goes well.

    As for being to young and cool for a motorhome well that depends what age you are and how cool you think you are:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
  4. Xan

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    I'm 43 years young and still have all my own teeth :thumb:
     
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    Oh anywhere between 85 and 95.
     
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  6. Carol

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    Hi Cool Young and Interesting one :Cool: welcome to Fun, your safe here we have lots of cool and intersting one's (try a sking trip with Hagnap) or if you need some heat a trip into Morocco with Snowbird, or just join in some of the parties fun have at there meets plenty of cool going on no matter what our age :thumb: enjoy.
     
  7. JJ

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    You are right.

    You are too young for this game.

    Never mind.

    We'll soon have you all grumpy and moaning about Tescos!

    Welcome to Fun.

    JJ :Cool:


    I suggest you just lash a surf board to your roof... that will retain you some street cred.
     
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  8. Ralph-n-Bev

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    Hello from us too.
    You will find , as we did:Blush: that the "old fogies :winky:" on here , drink like fish and stay up later partying than most of our regular non motorhome owning friends do :thumb:
     
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  9. Jim

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    Hi Xan, we were a lot younger than you when we bought our first. Exciting times:thumb: Welcome to the fun:Smile:
     
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    Hi & Welcome, from down south (Isle of Wight)
    :welcomefunster:
    Built my 1st m/h back in 1979 aged 33 ,

    now on my 8th m/h -------- drawing my pension,

    still enjoying it (that is motorhoming not the other it)

    still think all the other people in m/h's are grey hair oldies :ROFLMAO:

    and that I'm a youngster,cool and interesting , :Eeek:

    truthfully!!! I'm one of grey oldies' not so cool and a boring old fart,

    Welcome to this fun place.

    Terry:Cool:
     
  11. Wildman

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    Next year when you turn 70:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
    welcome to the fun.
    Get your walking frames here......special offers on mobility aids,
     
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  12. Roryboys Dad

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    When does it all change?

    When you haven't got the strength to blow out all the candles on your Birthday Cake - after 10 attempts!

    :france::france::france:
     
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    Are your new farts more interesting then????
    :ROFLMAO:
     
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  14. Xan

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    Not one person has said duct tape, cable ties or expanding foam. Must all be brilliant drivers :Smile:
     
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    Think you got your threads mixed up, with your what 3 things thread, :ROFLMAO:
     
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    You're not wrong! Thank you for pointing out my error, in front of everyone :Doh:
     
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    Hi Xan, and welcome.

    We are new around here too but loving it so far. I think I feel younger than when we started so it might just do ya good lol

    We went for a Suntor 590 pr and have found it excellent so you may have made a good choice in your van,

    Happy camping

    Andy

    Ps duct tape, cable ties and foam, there :ROFLMAO:
     
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    you may think you didn't feel different but other folks will have noticed the stupid, inane, grin on your face. :thumb:
     
  19. Xan

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    Blimey. This mh lark is like buying a house. I've spent all day thinking "I didn't notice" various imperfections.

    Been sorting thru the left over contents of our long gone VW T4 surf bus for useful items, and cleaning. Next job, going round all the bits that show a bit of corrosion with ACF-50. I'm sure the bikers amongst you will know that stuff.
     
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    Oh yes. We know about that on here. Some of our number are absolute experts in Motorbikes. Then we have the Electrickery experts and the Compooter experts and the Magician, plus of course we have our own Froggie (who is actually a Princess) and all the artists. Piss and otherwise. Oh - and a Mental Health Specialist Nurse (who enters events like Hell oop North to prove that your job does not affect your way of life) for when it all drives you mad.

    Where else could you find all that in one place, without moving off your bum and only for a tenner in this day and age?

    However, if having slightly embarrassing incidents what you have perpetrated pointed out to you tends to upset you, you may find you have joined the wrong forum ..... :ROFLMAO:


    In fact you've got away quite lightly with that - you're lucky there wasn't a video of it posted on You Tube .....
     
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