Touring and tenting where were you

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Where have you been , has this site been away .

for almost a week I couldn’t open it. 

Did I miss anything . I do check you out on twitter as well . 

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Ah well...you were one of the seven that didn't contact anyone else via CT, 'cos eventually knew what was happening, ...and we have all been back for a couple of days now.....

Welcome home.

Mark has a piece that is worth reading on how and why.

geoff

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I'm not on CT got chucked off a few years ago 

 

Never mind

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+ Ditto Gray !

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+ Ditto Gray !

I'm not on CT got chucked off a few years ago 

 

Never mind

Oh dear, no hop for me then!

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I still am not sure what I did but feel far more relaxed here 

Though at times I get stressed on Facebook and Pinterest as am on some artistic groups and we argue with FB every week about artistic licence and the amount of bare flash they don't want us to portray :rolleyes3:

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Don't do Face-ache, Twitter, etc. 

Don't do stress either if I can help it.:undecided:

 

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Don't do Face-ache, Twitter, etc. 

Don't do stress either if I can help it.:undecided:

 

Too true Jill....I dabble on my seven Forums,some I read,some I reply,some I ignore...but it doesn't affect my family life unlike some FB users I know. My daughter based in SE Asia doesn't do any of the social media but admits that one of her colleagues does FB and she will report that such and such a shop in Bangkok has Heinz Beans or that Marks & Spencer in Kuala Lumpur  is having a clothing sale......then they panic!

geoff 

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Is CT  caravan talk . If it is I don’t use it . I didn’t like it . Found them to critical . 

 

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Never mind as long as your still here . 

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OK not as friendly as here but lots of helpful people onboard.

geoff

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OK not as friendly as here but lots of helpful people onboard.

geoff

I put a thread about our Vectra not starting. Some interesting answers. Some I could have answered with a bit of bite...:sofa:

P.s. the Vectra is back to "normal". Suffered dpf. Needed a blast up the A1.

 

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Oh dear, no hop for me then!

:banana:And me , And Me :jump:

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