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    Romini wrapped up

    Well my Llittle Roo has had a bath this morning and my neighbour just happened to be passing in time to give me a hand to cover her up with a tarpaulin for the winter. 10 minutes after we did this it started to rain. So my timing was good.

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    You must be feeling a bit sad,but Spring is coming and if it doesnt snow you might get an early start next year.
    See you on a site
    Young men sow wild oats.Old men grow sage.

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      #3
      All tucked up nice and cosy for the winter! Looks nice and secure too!

      I've still yet to clean mine before covering it up.... Still waiting on a good dry day!

      Don't forget to open the door and air it a bit on fine days throughout the winter, and leave the fridge door open a tad so it doesn't go mouldy.

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        Hi Pam just wondered whether you take all your seats and curtains out for winter..
        MS.RoMiNi

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          Romini wrapped up

          Originally posted by Sobby 2711 View Post
          Hi Pam just wondered whether you take all your seats and curtains out for winter..
          Hi Sobby. I take out all the cushions, although I leave the curtains. I also leave a couple of de humidifyers in there for moisture. I have solid wood doors in my van(which I've never seen in any other van so far) and they tend to swell so that I can't get them open. But once the weather warms up again they shri k again.

          Pam

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            #6
            Thanks for that information Pam. I will remove the seating from my little fisher tomorrow, I've not had chance to do it up to now.

            Which doors are the solid ones? I love your interior only just seen pictures of it today.
            MS.RoMiNi

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              Romini

              Originally posted by Sobby 2711 View Post
              Thanks for that information Pam. I will remove the seating from my little fisher tomorrow, I've not had chance to do it up to now.

              Which doors are the solid ones? I love your interior only just seen pictures of it today.
              All the c upboard doors are solid pine. I thought all doors in Romini were like this, but now that I've seen other Romini interiors, they all seem to have melamine doors. So I wonder if these were a personal preference by a previous owner. If so they are really nice.

              Pam

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                #8
                My new caravan who needs to be named, has new light wooden doors.. They make the Romini inside look lighter. I shall take some photos tomorrow and upload them if I can, the main computer keeps on changing my user name when I put it in.
                MS.RoMiNi

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