Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Dawnbreak, Apr 18, 2010.
Was just reading a posting on here and was wondering..."does anybody find motorhoming stressfull"?
No, No and No
also no :thumb: soon as I start the engine and go off the drive = stress less
The only stressful part is watching the fuel gauge indicator visibly dropping, so, I dont look.
What makes you ask dawnbreak ? ?
BIG BIG NO :thumb:
Stress is for for tuggers with awnings.
try driving a 36ft RV with trailer though a French village that any sane human would have avoided, knocking hanging baskets and street signs as you go ..
or going down a narrow street and finding a low bridge or right angle bend that no way can you go around or under ..
THAT"S STRESS ..
Been up "Cattle pass" near Applecross....and over the "Ben Lawers" pass which i thought at the time were a tad stressful...but compared to others here with larger motorhomes, I`d think they were a walk in the park as the existing van is only 20ft. It`s a "mini", compared to the large RV`s
DEFFO NO CAN TWAIT TO GO AWAY IN MOTORHOME TAKES ALL MY STRESSES AWAY
"I'm sorry to be selling it, but after many years of caravanning and motorhoming, I have decided to start taking my holidays in a less strenuous fashion."
Was reading above part of posting for sale of motorhome from a gentleman on here....just got me wondering?
Indeed.. been over it but not in an RV
but going over the High Atlas on snowy roads was lets say... great for constipation
A small investment to purchas a Snooper Ventura will solve your stress problems.
cheaper to sell the RV and buy a motorhutch
OK...I might regret this...what's a motorhutch?
Sounds like the sort of thing I drive
.. just my sense of humour ... no offense meant :Blush:
No , not stressful , opposite in fact.
Tell me about it - put over £75 in today.
The only thing I find stressfull is getting back home :thumb: - Mike
None taken :coolthumb:
It gives me a big grin when I take it anywhere...so if it makes others smile that's fine by me...even if they are laughing
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