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Sue 12h
Good morning! I’ve dispatched to give the caravan a much needed wash, my jobs for today are to keep packing, clean the bathroom and get my nails done 🛁💅🧳 I think I’ve got the harder list of jobs 🤣🤣
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Sue 12h
Wishing you a very happy birthday Alison!! 🎂🎂
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Sue 24h
Replying to @here_we_tow
Looks amazing!!
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Sue 24h
What were the choices of layout Dan?
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Sue 24h
Showing my age, roll VT Errol 🤣🤣
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Sue Jul 19
Replying to @MumOnAMission3
We have a BMW and it’s not fully wired and the fridge doesn’t work, about £700 to have it fully wired. And couldn’t specify when we ordered it... and why can’t they wire it fully anyway! Who would say oh no, I’ll just have part working, that’s fine, given the choice 🙄
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Sue Jul 19
Replying to @CaravanVlogger
Great video, enjoy the rest of your stay!!
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Sue Jul 19
Replying to @TwoMooreCaravan
It was a proper coach built thing aparently! goodness knows what it weighed, but I don’t think mtplm was something that was considered back then. 🤣👍
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Sue Jul 19
Replying to @caravanions @mearue
Congratulations to Mia, a very proud day for you all 👍👍
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Sue Jul 19
Love those fridges! From what’s been posted, so far they look lovely and that has lifted their game with this seasons models 👍👍
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Sue Jul 19
Replying to @TwoMooreCaravan
I think it’s an old idea really, my dad talks about something similar in a van my grandad had... in the summer of 1939!! 😁
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Sue Jul 19
That’s true. I don’t have run flats on my car, as the manufacturer says that the tpms system fitted is more valuable, and I tend to agree. That said, we do carry a can of tyreweld anyway in the van toolbox, just in case!
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Sue Jul 19
Replying to @TwoMooreCaravan
I think Swift might have read your mind before you’d even had that thought... spooky huh??
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Sue Jul 19
Replying to @carrsandcaravan
Exciting! Looking forward to seeing what you have been investigating 👍👍
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Sue Jul 19
Looks lovely 😁🤣
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Sue Jul 19
Worth a watch, the ladies had an undoubtably scary experience, and good to see all ended well, not least because they clicked what had happened and brought it to a gentle stop...
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Sue Jul 19
Well hopefully all will be well... we will be giving them a good test in a week!
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Sue Jul 19
Agree with Robs sentiment here, tyron bands indoubtably will keep the whole tyre on the rim, but it wonder if they would stop delamination if you got a puncture. If you had a massive unexpected blowout, it won’t stop it deflating, but might save damage to the wheel itself?
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Sue Jul 19
A sudden detonation can happen, but in 30 years of driving, I’ve never had it happen, where as I’ve had more than one slow puncture, (solo not van) which unattended on a long run would have caused a bigger problem. Can’t do everything at once, so we’ve gone with the tyre pal...
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Sue Jul 19
Replying to @WithArchie
One of those things you don’t know if you don’t know! Even a new van might have tyres that are a year or so old by the time they get fitted. You’d have liked to have thought you’d get an advisory on this sort of thing when you have a service done, but maybe not?
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