Travelling Home today

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by peter H, Apr 29, 2012.

  1. peter H

    peter H Funster Life Member

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    Just been watching the latest weather forecast.....

    Extreme care and caution needed.

    40mm plus of rain, in heavy bursts plus 50 to 60 mph winds.

    So if your travelling today, plan a couple of hours extra, keep your speed down and get there safe.

    We need funsters on here NOT statistics.

    Best of luck, you maywell need it.

    Peter
     
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  2. philw111

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    It all depends on where you are...

    Up here in northern Scotland, it's dry, sunny, blue sky, I would even suggest relatively warm for this time in the morning :Smile:

    Too bad I've got decorating to do :cry:

    Phil
     
  3. peter H

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    May well be, but I was thinking more of those at Peterborough and Whitby.

    Peter
     
  4. deanroofing

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    Got off Peterborough this morning, no tow, she slid a bit but kept going, A1 south bound was ok lot spray see quite a few MH heading north early.
     
  5. Eddystone

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    The sun ?? Does it still appear ??:whatthe:
     
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    Driving home

    Got back from Normandy late last nite, christ watta you's all been doing with the weather. Came up the M20, what a holie blowing.
    Been lovely in France few bouts of rain but never stopped us walking.
    Must admit love driving in Brittany & Normandy the roads are bloody amazing, taking the bike back for a spin in June.......:thumb:

    Give Mont Michelle a miss, what a mess they are making around the parking area's, mud up too the axles and spent the whole time dodging Jap tourists. Will revisit in 2020, should be finished by then. Whinge- what a price parking and visiting.
     
  7. Scout

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    yes I'll echo that, safe travels everybody...

    Ive got to cross the m62 to take my grandson home to lancashire, even in the car Im not looking forward to it..:whatthe:
     
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    I have just driven to Kent from Shrewsbury and the conditions are not great. Tons of spray.Seemed to get more windy the further South I came.

    Safe travels
     
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    i see it everyday in the news agents :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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