Oh no, what have we done

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  1. SmellyFeet

    SmellyFeet

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    That's it, we've just frittered a large portion of the kids inheritance on a Rimor Katamarano. It strikes us as basic and functional, ideal for beginners. Like to hear what any of you know about these and would like some help in compiling a shopping list for complete beginners. We are two adults, one of each sprog and a choc Lab.

    Cheers All

    Dave
     
  2. Jim

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    Hi Dave I tell my kids, it only becomes inheritance when I am gone so its impossible for me to spend it now::bigsmile:

    Welcome to the Fun:thumb:
     
  3. Geo

    Geo Trader - Funster

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    And I told mine
    I'm not spending your inheritance, just driving it around for a while:ROFLMAO:
    PS I hope you get a sensible answer soon:Doh:
     
  4. MikeandCarolyn

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    Welcome to the Fun-you could do a lot worse than buy 'The Motorhome Checklist' seen at the bottom of Jim's reply.We did our very first trip a couple of weekends ago and it was invaluable ::bigsmile:
     
  5. hilldweller

    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    Yeah well they've already done a pretty damned good job on that themselves by now. Tough !

    Let them sit in it, "one day all this will be yours", that'll get you off the hook.

    In the meantime make sure there's a lot more miles on the clock before they do get their hands on it :Smile:
     
  6. hilldweller

    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    Oh yes indeed. I was just about to pay for "The Nubile Scandinavian Teenage Girls Frolicking Naked In The Warm Mediterranean Sea Annual 2009" when I came across Checklist and bought that instead. Somedays one knows instinctively when one has made the right decision.
     
  7. MikeandCarolyn

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    I admire your restraint and common sense BTW-how do I do 'quotes' so they appear so neatly wrapped in a little box ::bigsmile:
     
  8. hilldweller

    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    Just click on Quote !!

    You can chop down what is between the markers ( the paired square braces ) but leave what is inside untouched.

     
  9. tony morris

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    Hi dave welcome to m/h fun enjoy your new toy, you will be able to get out and about now.
    spend some of that inheritance before the kids get there hands on it.
    it's no good being the richest man in the cemetery you can not take it with you when you have gone? good luck to you both for the future Tony
     
  10. blucamp2

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    kat 12p

    hi smelly feet .. we have a Rimor kat 12p ( blucamp sky 20) We bought it last may and have travelled to Denmark in it and last winter we went to spain and portugal
    We have had no build quaility problems but the heater did let us down on the return trip from Spain . have to say truma repaired it and all seems ready to roll south january ... good luck with your new MH........:Smile:
     
  11. JayDee

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    I hadn't realised that the Checklist was so expensive that you couldn't afford both. :RollEyes:::bigsmile:

    John
     
  12. robrobc

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    I would have thought the right decision would have been to buy both :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

    Rob
     
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