(Some) of the Gang Gather at Newbury...

Discussion in 'Rally Planning Discussion and Chat' started by JJ, May 14, 2009.

  1. JJ

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    Its raining hard at Newbury now. Raindrops on a motorhome roof when you are snug inside - Luxury::bigsmile:
     
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    See you Saturday!:helptitanic:

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    I see miss Katy Brown in one of the two pictures:winky::thumb:

    Gutted I cant be there:cry::cry:
     
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    Here is Katie again dealing with an infestation (Lionheart) in the Funsters' marquee at Newbury...
     
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    Mmmm! unless its 4am and the raindrops on the roof woke you:Angry:

    dont know about you rubber-roofers but us with plastic roofs know what its like to be INSIDE a babies rattle.....:winky:::bigsmile:
     
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    We rubber roofers get the same racket John, Im with Jim on this though,
    there is something magical about being in a box when its raining outside, I cant realy explain but I love it:Doh:
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    Don't like it thundering and lightening when I'm in the RV but raining? yes I can relate to it too. Good book, box of chockies, cat curled up at the side of me, the old man quiet on his computer - sheer bliss:ROFLMAO:
     
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    if anyones wondering,
    lionheart is mine, along with his 3 cage mates (nugget, honey and tatyana) he's a very sweet, docile, loving fancy rat, everyone who met him seemed to like him, tho tatyana being a russian blue with silky soft fur wins the cuteness contest every time,
    Lionheart and nugget are curled up against my arm in bed right now gently snoring away.... yup, ratties can snore, little squeaky ones, ever so cute but freaky at the same time... especialy when they are dreaming of chasing something and laying on their side, fun when one of them is awake and keeps nipping the feet that are running in the air, will be a shame to have to put them in their own bed soon, but i need to sleep sometime.

    We really enjoyed the newbury show once we met the funsters, a really good mix of people with such different personalities, your sure there'll never be a dull moment, thankyou for making us feel so welcome, even if we do have some strange travel companions.


    i like the sound of the rain on the roof, especialy when your on a campsite and the arrogant people in the tent oposite are sat in their steamed up car arguing about who's great idea it was to go camping :)

    tho after 4 nights of the rain on the roof at newbury i was getting a tad fed up of that sound,
    we're now at chipping norton, and parked under some darn tree's, so not only do we get those extra loud rain drops off the leaves, they keep on going for an hour after the rain has stopped.

    i really love watching the snow build up on the roof hatch the most tho (laying in bed and looking up at it), especialy the time it happened in germany, was trying to get to dusseldorf in december, snow started and motorway ground to a halt, got off at the next exit and round a roundabout just in time... bus following us slid and blocked the whole lot up,
    made it to a carpark and could move no more, but we didnt care, i just dug the snow from the heaters air inlet under the van, and settled down for the 3 days it took us to get out,
    don't think the people in cars enjoyed it as much tho' :shout:
     
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