Taking the ducks on holiday !!!

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  1. camocam1

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    Was on CCC site at Milton Keynes yesterday when guy set up his caravan next to me, never seen so much stuff come out of a car before. But too the point of the story once he was set up he produced a pail which he filled with water then put a plastic boat in it then he arranged his family of 5 plastic ducks in a row leading to the pail
    What's that all about !!! Is it a caravan special code ??
     
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    Yep - proves he is quackers :ROFLMAO:
     
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    I'm ducking outta this one.:Blush:
     
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    There's nowt stranger than folk!! Plastic ducks in a bucket? We're on the CC site at Lower Wensleydale and there's ducks........real ducks, all over the place. We had a pair of mallards waddle to the door just as we were setting up. Went out for a wander round the site tonight and there's rabbits everywhere as well.
    Come to think of it, the caravan next to us has plastic flowers that light up in a bucket:RollEyes: Perhaps it's some type of "caravan art":Sad:
     
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    well I am taking my pelican on holiday for the first time

    it will definitely chase any ducks away
     
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    I can remember us taking the children's hamster away on holiday years ago when they were young:roflmto: It was to a static caravan in Strete, south Devon, we couldn't get anyone to look after it:Doh:
    And we also took two guinea pigs up to Scotland on holiday another year........the things we do to keep the children happy::bigsmile:
     
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    Swingers code????
     
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    Obviously new to it all.

    Go and tell them its dogging not ducking.:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    I think it must be a Milton Keynes thing.

    When we used to have a narrowboat there was a couple in MK who kept a real pet duck in a cage on top of their boat.:Eeek:
     
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    I remember at Malvern a few years back, walked past a motorhome in the car park and did a double-take at a Parrot perched on the steering wheel watching the world go by! :thumb:

    Might be a member on here - you never know!
     
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    He's got a sense of humour. Regulations say you should have a fire bucket outside the caravan.
     
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    Swingers code - hell no but I am taking my pelican on holiday and it will chase the ducks away

    Here you go

    Nothing like a pelican
     

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    Feeling a bit persecuted here - Gail, I must park away from you at Waldegraves:winky:

    Nothing wrong with ducks - I sail a performance dinghy and tow a duck on a length on line before and after every race. Gets a bit scary when others try and "take out" the duck..... Only two have succeeded so far and nobody has taken my rudder out either.

    When doing a championships, the look on the committee boat staff as we pass them is invariably priceless. All good fun.

    Completely normal to have plastic ducks - got about 10 in the van as we now collect the small ones; the boat one is a larger shooting decoy
     
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    It`s a " Tugger" thing :Eeek:

    I have seen them before performing on sites, it is a well practiced/routine/art .

    When they have had their prescribed therapy ,they then buy a MH , then start on a different set of strange routines:ROFLMAO:
     
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    Maybe I'd better hide my duck collection, or you lot will think that I am weird..... or even worse, a tugger.


    Mind you, sometimes I think it is a prerequisite for being on here, the way that some threads go..........:winky:
     
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