What a great guy Andy from Swift

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  1. lesleyjean

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    I would just like to tell everyone on this site what a wonderful guy Andy is from the Swift Group.

    I have recently had trouble with my electric wiring system and I can honestly say that Andy went out of his way to get me the wiring diagrams. Again I needed some white plastic shelf holders and Andy has come up trumps once again.

    Thanks again Andy for all your trouble. I really do appreciate it.

    Cheers

    Lesley
     
  2. lady jann

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    hi lesley , im starting to get jealous !!!:Blush: bout andy :Smile:







    rayval, :Smile:

    for ever young :thumb:
     
  3. lesleyjean

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    Ray don't be jealous, you will always be a special person to me. Your sense of humour is exactly the same as mine, in the gutter, hee hee

    Love ya Ray

    Lesley
     
  4. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    Methinks I had better warn Andy about her:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

    Peter
     
  5. lesleyjean

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    Hi Pete

    I am a good girl now. No more teasing, honest!!!!!

    BTW Do you have a large thingy, ermm ermm


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    Motorhome cover, being here in Ilfracombe bl***y seaguls eliminating all over my motorhome. Got my nephew up there today to clean it all off, took him 2 hours.

    Lady in shop suggested I buy a couple of rubber snakes, which I did, (cost me £18)
    Fastened them to the bars on the roof.

    Roof then lovely and clean with deterants on board

    Went out half an hour later, bl***y seagulls sitting on the roof with nesting material in their beaks.

    I threw a plastic bottle at them.

    Seagulls not afraid of plastic rattle snakes or me even and I am quite scary.

    Went back to shop and bought some of them windmill thingies and will put them up on the roof untill I get a cover for it.

    I am looking for a roof cover which covers the roof and goes a little down the side of the motorhome. Seen one on the net Fiamma for about £59. If you have one in stock I will buy one from you.

    Do you have one Pete.

    Let me know a.s.a.p cause I want to order one.

    Lesley
     
  6. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

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    Thanks Lesley, it will be on its way to you tomorrow £44-05p !

    (She sounds loverley on the phone!):lovewait::loveyou:

    Peter
     
  7. lesleyjean

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    You too Peter xx

    Lesley​
     
  8. lady jann

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    hey hey !! lesley ,:shout::RollEyes:



    ive only just got up ! whats goin on thats andy and peter now !!!:Blush::ROFLMAO:



    realy sunny here ,:Smile:


    regards rayval :thumb:
     
  9. Wildman

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    A plastic Wildman on the roof would have scared them off, I looked in the mirror this morning and ran a mile.
     
  10. Losos

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    She also sounds pretty desperate (About the seagull pooh I mean :winky:)

    I have been thinking about solar panels recently (Still waiting to buy BTW) seagull pooh would do them no good at all, I assume most people have them roof mounted (The solar panels I mean not the seagulls ::bigsmile:)
     

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