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  1. I had my 1st vaccine yesterday, AZ. Today I feel like I'm battling a hangover but nothing worse than that. Conclusion: get hammered after your injection and you won't notice the side effects the next day [emoji23]
  2. Sad news about the driver, I've had a few trips to Barrow over the years and spotting this plying its trade was always a highlight ARF at the advisory on its latest MOT Righto mate, seems legit*
  3. Objectively: 89 Citroen AX 14TZS that I had for a couple of months which found new and exciting ways to constantly leak coolant every day, had numerous electrical issues, pogweasel paint and ultimately threw a rod in the middle of the mersey tunnel. Subjectively: 94 Golf 1.4 base which was a lovely original example of a car, ruined by it being a 94 Golf 1.4 base.
  4. I'm on a 10 day self isolation because they changed the rules halfway through a holiday. It was worth it though. As per usual Corralejo delivers the goods:
  5. Received! And also sent mine out today - hopefully the lucky* recipient will have it by chrimbo
  6. Mint Maestro delivering rubble to the tip today.
  7. Aha! That particular brand of spring assister kit is something I have direct experience of, as when I bought my Talbot motorhome it had one already fitted by the PO. Very heavy duty frame and each spring was rated at 700kg IIRC. I never needed to use the stabilising arms when camping as this thing meant there was virtually no movement. Downside of that was it made sleeping policemen an obstacle best avoided/dealt with at 10mph max [emoji23]
  8. That's sound that! As already said, there's a lot worse ancient motorhomes out there, for a lot more ££. You threw the dice & won. Well done!
  9. Similar... except we don't have them standing at the front of the house at least. That's outrageous. I used to enjoy an occasional smoke back in the day, but I never smelt anything so pungent as what seems to be normal now. God knows what it's doing to their brains... as you say it tastes bad on the air. In a great victory for town planning we have 10 gardens directly behind us and so on a sunny day with an easterly wind our house gets overwhelmed by their bbq and stoner smoke. We are in a single room deep double fronter so there's literally no escape from it in those conditions. I suspect we are far from the only people suffering this problem right now [emoji853]
  10. I'm with you on this 100000000%. Furlough has seemingly turned all my neighbours into bbq obsessed stoners.. except for one who seems to suddenly fancy a future career as a balearic DJ. For 13 years it's been a relatively quiet corner of the world but since easter it's been exhausting just trying to live a quiet life and WFH.
  11. I miss owning a hopeless camper. I also reckon it would be quite jolly to live like the pope on tour for a day. Verdict: You are a winner and I have envy.
  12. Alba Sport [emoji848] Presumably the cheapest tyre available in the argos catalogue [emoji1787]
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