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Hi all,

We're a couple of 'over the hill' motorhomers, who have had motorhomes since the '70s (and never had a caravan, strangely enough!). I bought the AutoSleeper Rienza last year as a ten-year project, that will see me safely into my dotage (hopefully). We'll be extensively touring Europe, as soon as I can persuade Sue that 'work' is a four-letter word, and we hope even to ship it out for a holiday to USA, where our youngest son lives.

We look forward to hearing from all the old familiar 'faces', and a lot more new ones too.
 

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BarryandSue said:
Hi all,

We're a couple of 'over the hill' motorhomers, who have had motorhomes since the '70s (and never had a caravan, strangely enough!). I bought the AutoSleeper Rienza last year as a ten-year project, that will see me safely into my dotage (hopefully). We'll be extensively touring Europe, as soon as I can persuade Sue that 'work' is a four-letter word, and we hope even to ship it out for a holiday to USA, where our youngest son lives.

We look forward to hearing from all the old familiar 'faces', and a lot more new ones too.
Numa Muma unto you worthy ones. (Do I get a spanner for that?)
 

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Hello there

Have you thought of doing a motorhome swap in the US rather than going to the expense of shipping to and from. i' don't know if such a thing exists but it might be worth looking in to.

regards

Arizona :D
 
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