Throwing light on the subject

Discussion in 'American RV's' started by moandick, Feb 7, 2008.

  1. moandick

    moandick

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    I want to state categorically that it was not my fault!

    For a couple of years now, Mo has been nagging me to replace a couple of tiny lightbulbs that had expired in the RV - I tried on several occasions to find them in various spare parts catalogues - but I always seemed to have something far more important to do.:winky: By now we are down to about four working lights out of twelve or more - but it does look nice in that soft glow of candle lamps :RollEyes:

    Then Mo found Linda's advert on motorhomefun - and she stood over me whilst I appealed to Linda to see if she could find them - and Linda did - within 48hrs :Doh:

    The parcel arrived today and I duly installed all the new light bulbs - and then all hell broke loose.

    Suddenly all those dark, intimate corners of the coach were exposed in brilliant sunlight - exposing a couple of years of dust and dead flies - MO was not impressed with my housekeeping abilities and I have had earache ever since the postman appeared this morning!

    Thank you Linda - much appreciated :thumb:
     
  2. Road Runner

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    Linda's always causing trouble Dick (thats why the name change recently:winky::roflmto:)
     
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  3. dylan

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    Dark intimate corners and a rusty bottom ! Well I didn't picture you like that somehow !!:roflmto::roflmto::ROFLMAO:
     
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  4. Lindy-C

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    You are very welcome Dick ::bigsmile:

    Want me to send you some dusters? :roflmto:
     
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