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    Thanks Simply & Simpson

    We joked about driving around all weekend because it would be fun!

    But seriously I am trying to organise for the march long weekend somewhere then free camping for Easter to see how it all works!

    Must say "mick" has loads of room, I have cupboards empty still after we emptied the camper trailer so I am very please!

    The big trip is planned for July up the east coast to 1770, but really want to get some test runs in first as the van is quite different to the trailer

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    I'm so jealous. I would love a modern one. Oh well our 1976 van will do for now. It's a fun project. I went shooing today and layby heaps of stuff. We have booked Easter and sept holidays.

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    Buy a thermomix and do away with the oven/stove/microwave...

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    Every van is great One I'm sure you will have a blast!

    Check out Big W, I got some great bargains in there on the weekend (plastic glasses, correlle dinner set and new towels and linen etc)


 

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