I was just about to say this. Too busy watching the corners in villasol and nearly took the roof off on a tree branch. Luckily fellow mh owner shoutedMake sure the person guiding you into any tight spots looks up so that you don’t catch on any over hanging branches, which my darling wife did in a car park which nearly took our bathroom overhead window off.
I've just discovered this, as a newbie and it left me a bit miffed.That you only get 5 or 6 posts before you become a Read Only Funster.
And that you need to pay your £15 membership fee before you can join in again.
Get an invisible dog, like thoseshown in the picture. They don’t eat much, don’t make a mess, don’t spill their water and you can leave them in the van with no ventilation. You can take them for long walks without worrying about sniffing lampposts and they still attract conversation from other dog owners. You can also talk to them and sit with them on your lap so your partner has to fetch and carry for you. I’ve found that they are not very good at fetching sticks thoughActually you may be onto something there!
People with dogs have something in common (the dog) and just seem to chat to anyone else with a dog, which is great.
On our first trip out in our motorhome I found that people without dogs speak to each other. I think that's because they have something in common too; a motorhome; which is as as good as a dog for starting a conversation. I met wonderful John from Scotland in Brighton a few weeks ago - now on his way down to Spain (lucky devil).
I don't have a dog but would still like to chat; I'll even be a good boy if you throw me a stick!