The ONE best thing about my motorhome is...

Bryan

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Only ONE remember...


Mine?

The Slide-out...

Yours?
 

Papa Smurf

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I'll let you know if we ever get one....

grumblegrumblegrumbleBloodyDVLAgrumblegrumblegrumble
 
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The ONE best thing?

The world (well, OK, a fair sized chunk of it) is there for the exploring when we want and how we want with no (t much) hassle from airlines, BAA, hotel managers, etc., etc., etc.

That's good enough for me::bigsmile: :thumb:

John
 

lugnutt

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the best thing is it get's the counil on my back for knocking down walls, widening drive,getting kerbs stones dropped, but my skills with a trowel have come on
:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 

PenelopePitstop

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FREEDOM!!!:Rofl1::ROFLMAO:
Well as much as the insurance companies, the banks and the government will allow!!!! GRRRRRRRRRRRRRR I'm having a rant about bureaucracy!::Angry::Angry:

Marie
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loubeelou

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The best thing about our van is......

.............when we get in, it just feels like holiday time. Great fun:thumb:
 
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Bryan

Bryan

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Okay all, fair points well put :Smile:

I was hoping for more, well, functional type answers. You know, the fixed bed, the cooker, the self levelling jacks, the electric step, the heating system, etc. etc...

I suppose what I should have said is:

What is the ONE think that if you were changing motorhomes today, the new one MUST have?
 

Road Runner

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Okay all, fair points well put :Smile:

I was hoping for more, well, functional type answers. You know, the fixed bed, the cooker, the self levelling jacks, the electric step, the heating system, etc. etc...

I suppose what I should have said is:

What is the ONE think that if you were changing motorhomes today, the new one MUST have?
So you'll be looking for a slide out next then Bryan:roflmto::roflmto:
 

kands

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What is the ONE think that if you were changing motorhomes today, the new one MUST have?
I will definitely let you know as soon as I do Bryan :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
Our priority now is to actually own an RV :roflmto:

Keith
 

TinaGlenn

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Any van we have has to have a proper oven/cooker. Crunchy garlic bread, crispy flakey pastry on pasties/pies, crispy topped shepherds pie, potato wedges, fresh from the oven bread rolls and bagettes the list goes on.....
We wild camp a lot so it means we can eat properly where ever we are, what ever the season.

Tina
 
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She who must be obeyed says it's the loo, stop and go whenever she wants. (which is qiute often)
 

pappajohn

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Any van we have has to have a proper oven/cooker. Crunchy garlic bread, crispy flakey pastry on pasties/pies, crispy topped shepherds pie, potato wedges, fresh from the oven bread rolls and bagettes the list goes on.....
We wild camp a lot so it means we can eat properly where ever we are, what ever the season.

Tina
can you not just buy these items as you need them.........:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 

TinaGlenn

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can you not just buy these items as you need them.........:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
My holidays and breaks are more about getting away from towns rather than spending time each day in a supermarket. Yes we buy stuff to take with us and I cook and freeze stuff at home to take too, but how would you reheat or cook things when not using EHU if you didnt have an oven/cooker???
 

pappajohn

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My holidays and breaks are more about getting away from towns rather than spending time each day in a supermarket. Yes we buy stuff to take with us and I cook and freeze stuff at home to take too, but how would you reheat or cook things when not using EHU if you didnt have an oven/cooker???
sorry tina, it was meant as a joke as your post read as though these items must be included in your next van.
our sense of humour must be on different wavelenghts.:thumb:

john.
 
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