Discussion in 'Motorhome Help for the Beginner' started by Badknee, Aug 31, 2014.
Thank you Margaret.
Is it still legal for your wife to put her feet on a small wee boy while she has a pee?
Hang on a minute here, lets get this straight, you got this wee boy from Ikea, which isle do they stock them in?
Just a thought about the snoring......and I know it's usually the men who are guilty of that one
If you are both in the same bed then it's easy to give the offending snorer a sharp dig in the ribs and it's sorted ....... but if you've got two singles, then it becomes more of a problem to reach across and give them a poke Believe me, there is nothing more annoying than lying listening to someone snoring and not being able to reach them and give them a prod......
Next to the pot plants in Aisle 13!
Angela would soon find something to stop me snoring, like a Tazer.
I'm on my way
That's all true but I gas Mrs BB especially after a take away.
She's going to be interviewed by the Daily #ail tomorrow.
On a more serious note. If snoring is a real problem it is worth going to your GP just in case Sleep Apnea is to blame.
Thanks for that, she's an asthmatic so her breathing isn't a hundred percent. I've got industrial class earplugs and I'm also deaf as a doorpost, which is nice!
GP, what and leave her there? Never thought of that, I'll give it a go and see what he says.........
My response to Pduck #31 re sleep apnea. My deafness is legendary in our family. (But only when it suits!)
What? Do speak up man your mumbling
Ear ear to that!
Too much information
The disadvantage of an island bed is that you waste a lot of otherwise useful space in the van so that you can walk round it. Re fitting sheets on a corner bed, my method is as follows:
1. Lay the sheet out on the mattress, kneel on bed and pull the far corner of the mattress up towards you.
2. Tuck sheet over that mattress corner and as you lower the mattress it will pull tight.
3. Repeat with other head-end corner.
4. Once secured at those two corners, smooth sheet towards foot of bed.
5. Push sheet firmly down behind mattress on far wall. If you have an under-bed locker accessible from outside, you can pull the sheet tight from there.
6. Pull further away foot-end corner of mattress upwards and tuck sheet firmly over that. Rest is easy!
Having written it all down it now seems complicated but it's not really
Well I must admit that we use a double sleeping bag which is much easier to straighten and keeps your back warmer in winter but thanks for the advice.
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