Thank you Vanbitz

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  1. golly

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    On my way home after a trip down to Vanbitz having had a strikeback alarm and a solar panel fitted, a really neat and professional job. They even sorted a problem that came to light during installation at no further cost, well worth travelling down from Durham. So thank you Eddie, Geoff, James and all the staff at Vanbitz at Cornish farm :thumb: plus of course the funster discount paid the fuel for the trip.:thumb::thumb:
     
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    They must have had a shock when they saw that you really do look like your avatar:winky:

    We are down there on 5th with the new bus...
     
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    So glad you turned up - restoring the funster reputation:thumb:

    I'll get there when I get my new van for sure::bigsmile:
     
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  4. golly

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    What do you mean? That is me on my younger days :ROFLMAO:
     
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    Try to pitch your awning on the right side this time.

    And don't fall out with the warden.


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    Well, Chris, it is a. French van so the door is on the other side, so the opportunities for upsetting the wardens will be massive. Even more if we take our oaf of a dog ( whose reputation obviously precedes him as they recommended a local kennels) :thumb:

    Have already got the 20 man Vango "pup tent" ready to pack. Just a thought..... The access road might be a firmer surface - then we will be free to drain our grey waste in peace on the pitch..:ROFLMAO:
     
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    BL**DY HELL! It must have been a 6k job if the *Funster* discount paid for your fuel from Durham to Eddies place.......:Eeek::Eeek:
     
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    Don't forget to have a BBQ until 3 am and then sleep it off next day. Any kids with your party can have water fights in the toilets while you sleep it off.:thumb:
     
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    can I bring my foster kids.they like kicking holes in toilets.:Eeek:
     
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    Had a good chat @ Newbury & now saving for the Growler :thumb:

    Im sure the Wardens will ave something to talk about after I overnight it down to the site & pitch my bed up solo while the van is in the workshop, Ill be sure to leave the odd full tinny lying around while I sleep it off during the day :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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