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    Puck's Maiden voyage tomorrow

    At 24 hours notice, we've decided to do our maiden voyage tomorrow and it's quite a long one - we've decided to go to Scotland (quite a haul from Wiltshire).

    We need to do a shakedown trip and Scotland came on the horizon because I've been offered an unused awning for £60.00 (retail value £750.00...!). So, it seems too good a bargain to miss and gives an incentive for a trip to Scotland that we've been talking about for years.

    It's 2 years since we did a motorhome or caravan trip so it all seems very exciting - inevitably, we'll forget loads of things which is another reason to do a UK trip before going to Europe.

    Just off now to get a new gas regulator - the one in the van is for Calor and we use Camping Gaz - that's one thing I've remembered...!


    Doug

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    Have fun. Safe driving.

    Ho ho. The last time we drove to Scotland was in my little old Ford KA (went to the Orkneys in it.) Perhaps not the best possible vehicle to have used - a nippy town car but totally useless for hills / mountains!
    Carpe diem! :)

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      #3
      Good luck with that - all the best bits of motorway are heading North!! I wish I was coming with you in a caravan convoy!! I hope you don't forget too much, but take an extra wad of cash just in case! LOL!

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        #4
        Bon Voyage! you'll love it!
        derek b and Babs

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          #5
          Have a safe journey and enjoy the trip

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            #6
            Sounds a great maiden voyage Doug, enjoy!
            Graham
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              #7
              Now on site in Killin in the Trossachs. The weather has been great - we're just back from a fairly strenuous walk up one of the local mountains. Starving but too knackered to think of a complicated meal so it's beans on toast with fried eggs, washed down by a few beers from the fridge.

              Didn't forget anything important - in fact, we brought far too much. I'm glad we didn't let the fuel shenanigans put us off.

              Doug

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                #8
                Glad you got there ok, despite fuel shortages!

                How are you finding the Puck?

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                  #9
                  Hi Doug

                  Keep us updated I will be interested how you are finding the Puck after having a Dimension/R30, what are the pro's and con's?
                  Graham
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                    #10
                    jayjay and Graham - I'll post a review of the Puck when I've had a decent sleep; 1030+ miles round trip in 5 days is a bit of an epic for a UK excursion. Plus, last night got VERY cold in the glen we were in so it wasn't a great night's sleep.

                    So,back in Wiltshire, a bit washed out but very happy with the Puck.

                    Doug

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