trying to avoid the jubilee madness

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  1. dryad

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    any solo travellers doing anything over the forthcoming jubilee weekend down kent, sussex way?
    really don't want to stay at home, which is what i usually do on bank holidays as there's madness out there on the roads if you get my drift, and certainly don't want to get caught up in all this jubilee nonsense..
    any suggestions?
     
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    We're not solo travellers......but know what you mean about the Jubilee madness! Glad we're not the only people that feel that way about all the "hype" and madness that's going on at the moment and it will only get worse!:RollEyes:

    Things are bad enough on the roads with a holiday weekend, but this one is more than enough to keep us in the garden:thumb:
    Margaret & Bill:BigGrin:
     
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    Jubilee madness

    Thoroughly agree with this madness, campsites all full up around here, will probably go out on my motorcycle and let the missus watch it all in peace.!:thumb:
     
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    I am off to Brittany.

    I doubt they will be celebrating there:thumb:
     
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    hmmm, brittany sounds good, but think the pennies wont stretch to that at the moment, sadly need to find something closer to home.
     
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    well we are empty no one booked in at all:Eeek:
     
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    Have a good holiday treacle! We going to Brittany in early September........that's ages away:Sad:

    Hope the weather stays good for you:thumb:
    Margaret
     
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    so no meet ups or anything around this corner of uk then?, oh well, shall have to find some other way of avoiding the madness then, really don't want to be stuck at home in four walls, especially if this beautiful weather continues..
     
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    That's a pity. It's proably the thought of the traffic jams to get there. The M4 & M5 have a bad reputation for long delays. Still, if everyone thinks it will be jammed, it may actually be quiet. Hope it busys up for you anyway.
     
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