Just Retired - great.

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  1. slverdreamers

    slverdreamers

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    Hi have at last managed to work out how to post. We have retired early because of Peter's illness, but are going to make out Dethelffs esprit work for us. Got an A frame mounted to smart as had to sell the scooter. Have decided to keep Esprit we have had it from new and its only 3 years old but hates wet grass, still we have got some brilliant Grip mats.
    As we had a stupid trade in offer from Brownhills the weekend against a Rapido of the same year, we are going to buy out Esprit some new toys.
    We want a Satellite system, not to use on the move. Understand Alden do an internet connection, which we would like, have also looked at Cosmo (dome)
    What else do we need a free sat box we think, but we are not very technical
    so all help would be appreciated. Would like to get sorted as we are booked in Delft holland from 16th April
    Regards Peter and Glynis:Smile:
     
  2. Jim

    Jim Ringleader

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    Hi Peter and Glynis, a belated welcome.::bigsmile: glad you sorted out how to post in the end:thumb:

    Loads of satellite experts here. just click on the link at the end of this sentence and then look for a button like this one [​IMG] click on it and ask away <click here>
     
  3. spongy

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    Hi peter & Glynis
    Welcome to the world of the retired, I cant get my head round satelite television either probably will have to one day, I think that you will find no motorhomes like wet grass, mud, sand or anything not resembling tarmac. We usually relay on our bus passes while we are away about the only thing Labour has given us pensioners.
    Spongy
     
  4. david price

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    Try cls for your extras,a member on here and comes to you to fit.
    Dave
     
  5. dylan

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    Enjoy your retirement both of you I'm sure you now deserve to have some FUN ::bigsmile::thumb:
     
  6. dellwood33

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    Welcome to the world of early retirement and the Forum ::bigsmile:
    flyingwelcome
     
  7. Doodlebug

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    Hi and welcome, enjoy your retirement.

    ::bigsmile:::bigsmile:::bigsmile:
     
  8. Edgie

    Edgie

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    Wishing you a happy retirement, take a look at the Tioga George link below, he has a great retirement (brought on by illness as it happens) and he has what I call a satellite :Eeek:
     
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