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Bushtrekker
13-06-2012, 20:17
I've had the camper for about 6 weeks now and covered 1600 miles, so I'm more confident about heading farther afield, but I wish the jetstream would get back on course and stop messing up our weather patterns.

I love Scotland, but it's a long way down if the weather is rubbish, so the alternative is to drive to Dover get the 29 ferry to Dunkirk, then decide which direction to take. We're planning on being away for a month, then possibly coming back and starting up the east coast from Dover and heading up to north Norfolk. The worrying thing is that there appears to be some sort of sporting event on just as we get back, so ferries might be a bit full.

I've driven in France before in a right hand drive Land Rover and speak just enough French and German to get around. My favourite expression in German is 'Mein auspuff ist kaput.' , which means my exhaust is broken, only the Germans could call an exhaust an 'Auspuff'

I don't do hot weather, so I won't be heading too far south unless rain stops play, in which case I'll head for anywhere dry...

kenspain
13-06-2012, 20:49
If you don,t do hot weather don.t head this way 34degs today now at nearly 11pm 23 hope you have a nice trip :have fun::wave:

mickcope
13-06-2012, 20:55
Hi Kev - I am in Elche (down the road from ) - loving the weather and dreading going home this Saturday

Mick



If you don,t do hot weather don.t head this way 34degs today now at nearly 11pm 23 hope you have a nice trip :have fun::wave:

Bushtrekker
13-06-2012, 21:07
It was the year of the forest fires across Europe and the temperature was 42 degrees.

kenspain
13-06-2012, 21:11
Hi Kev - I am in Elche (down the road from ) - loving the weather and dreading going home this Saturday

Mick

I was dreading going home once about 15 years ago might just do it one day:lol-053::lol-053::lol-053:


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