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Hi mate
Really enjoyed reading your blog.
We have a 200o Hobby 750
Spent 7 weeks in it since July its great.

Chin up when ya get down. Not easy I know.
Sorry no suggestions.
Your not gonna get to blame me, if I sugest sommat and it goes wrong. lol
Cheers will continue to read your saga

kev

Admin reply: Hi Kev

Thanks for posting, Im feeling better now, the mood swings are gone ha ha , not easy as you know but all good fun. Keep reading and great to here from you Paul


Added: November 6, 2011
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Hi Paul,
I read the latest entry in the blogg and am sorry to hear that the van is going. Knowing how attached to my van I am it must be a hard thing to do but I appreciate that the proposed LEZ would be enough to re-focus me. Perhaps anothe bonfire plot to change the people in power?
I had a look on ebay and saw the old girl in the flesh. She looks supurb and why people and ringing your phone off the hook surprises me, let alone the people who screw you around and back out of the sale.
As i have said in my direct emails, me and the wife look forward to seeing you one day over here in the Principality - perhaps you could down size to a Highwayman or similar? Its got to be a Talbot after all!
Cheers and best wishes :!cool:

Admin reply: Dont worry Kevin we will have a meet up sometime! 2012 is looming and I can see a nice little booze up somewhere for all of us !! Cheers Mate


Added: November 6, 2011
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Admin reply: Hi George

Sorry this reply is late mate I forget all about the private posts! glad to see I am inspring some people out there to save some money. BIg thanks for posting and keep in touch

Paul


Added: November 5, 2011
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Hi Paul,
just came across your site and really enjoyed reading about your adventures.Iv just spent a lazy 2 years fitting a narrow boat out whilst living aboard and have just sold it and am still looking at what type of motor home to do. My mind keeps wondering towards a luton back vehicle in stealth mode,that way you get the size,the opaque roof and a choice of vehicles to carry the luton box.
Narrowboating is becoming more expensive as the licence keeps going up along with the fuel and moorings.I worked it out to be cheaper to live in a motorhome/camper than a narrowboat.Anyways if your interested check out my youtube vids " narrowboatmike" I will post the finished narrowboat up in a couple of weeks.
Looking foward to more of your blogs, Mick groocock.

Admin reply: Hi Mick

Thanks for all that info, had a few people comparing the 2 to be honest, I mentioned to somebody that the prices are going pretty high on the boats. I think people are looking for alternative living nowadays ( well we know they are!), the boats are now exhausted and the next natural step is Motorhomes. Send us a link to the pictures when they are ready will be great to see. Best of luck Paul


Added: October 25, 2011
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Hi Paul
Thanks for adding me on facebook. I have enjoyed reading your blog and can relate to 99% of it lol. I have an old merc 508 which I have fitted a wood burner in etc to make it totally self sufficient for long term wild camping . Gonna do the solar panels too soon but just havnt got round to it. Currently with a nagging girlfriend and her 2 spoilt kids so seriously considering giving her a p45 and setting off too. I work as an electrician and have one large customer in particular who gives me a few months + contracts a year which would keep me in money. Eventually I want to get a canal boat and live in that but until the moneys in the bank, Im happy to explore in the bus.Keep up the good work and * * * to giving up drinking !!! Its far too much fun !!!. Take care Del. :D

Admin reply: Hi Del

Thanks for leaving a message, P45 sounds good to me mate!!
I hear canal boats are making massive money at the moment, was told by a good friend of mine who's into that sort of thing. Still on the booze mate!!

Cheers

Paul


Added: October 20, 2011
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The stealth wagon sounds good. We have a stealth camper (white van man watch out ... we're right next to you :!cool: ) Once you get your eye in you spot quite a few around. No windows, only roof lights. Keep a roofrack up there, the roof vents mightn't be so easy to see.

Don't be miserable Paul. The system's rotten, and the world's gone mad .... it's not your fault. Fight back :!devil:

Admin reply: Hi Rosie

I've been stealth spotting a lot of the last week or so and you are correct! Once your know what to look for......

cheers

Paul


Added: October 10, 2011
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hi ya paul im moving in to my kontiki at the end of the month im giving up on my rented property i havnt had any spare cash for 3 years now im just fed up i may as well let my kontiki same as yours earn me some money back im glad to hear your coping well wild camping ect im to looking at fitting solar pannels to keep my battarys fully charched i will let you know how i get on soon kind regards murdy. :)

Admin reply: Nice one Keith, do it and you won't regret it I promise and if I can help you in anyway let me know!!


Added: October 9, 2011
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Paul, mate.
Keep your chin up, there's a whole wide world out there.
Why don't you winter yourself just outside the reach of Boris's claws and use the porker to commute to the smoke?
It would be a real shame for you to get rid of the Kontiki, just when you've got it how you want it and let someone else enjoy the benefit of it only for you to have to start all over again.
I've enjoyed following your blog and look forward to each update. I've even taken the plunge and installed a 100w solar panel on Rosie's roof, I doubt if I would have had the balls if you hadn't done it!
You would always be welcome to park on our drive if it wasn't already full of Kontiki ;)
I hope you manage to sort out the work front, I know what it's like!
There! I've put in my two penn'orth, but when all's said and done, just do what feels right.
All the best
Lee

Admin reply: The blogs still gonna motor on Lee!! Not sure what's happening on the Kontiki yet its early days and I have a ton of options but rest assured I'll still be " Living in a Motorhome" !

Have you tried the solar out yet properly????


Added: October 7, 2011
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* * * me its the welcher!! Fancy a game of shop tennis??

Admin reply: Well well well, the Greek boys are in town! What you up to guys? Last I heard George was still hating me!!! ( and how the hell did you get on my site???x


Added: October 7, 2011
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found you on here just by chance as i was looking at the legal side of parking our motorhome up just for 1 night when we need to take a break from driving and get our heads down. we too have had the note on the windscreen telling us not to park here or they will call the police and i am trying to find out what rights we have. we have only owned a motorhome for a year and find it so difficult to park places because of so many restrictions. your blog is fab and i really enjoyed reading it, look forward to more entries. :)

Admin reply: Hi Anne

I'm glad you like the blog, its not all roses living in a motorhome for us, is it!? But it its rewarding! Don't let people put you off, keep reading and keep me up to date with your progress Paul


Added: September 28, 2011
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