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molsp
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cotswolds

Post by molsp » 17 Apr 2014, 09:58

We are off to Bourton-on-the-Water this weekend in the motorhome - its adults and dogs only ......perrfick!

Fingers crossed we can get the blooming awning up without it degenerating into a domestic, like it did last weekend :lol: :lol: :lol: .
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pixie's mum
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Re: cotswolds

Post by pixie's mum » 17 Apr 2014, 13:16

Do what I do and let him do the awning and you take the doodle for a walk and explore your surroundings.
Hopefully all done on your return
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Masil
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Re: cotswolds

Post by Masil » 17 Apr 2014, 13:18

This made me laugh. Every Spring when we put up our gazebo it degenerates into a domestic :lol: :lol:

Have a fantastic weekend in the Cotswolds :D
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swardie
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Re: cotswolds

Post by swardie » 17 Apr 2014, 18:13

Have a great weekend. Hope the sun's shining.

Oscar2011
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Re: cotswolds

Post by Oscar2011 » 17 Apr 2014, 19:34

I thinks there is a famous model village there, has stood on that spot for many years, only now I fear it's days are numbered, just had a vision of it being trampled all over by dood and other, a scene of utter destruction :lol: :lol: , and some very embarassed doodle parents.

Have a good time,

Oscar & hoomans.
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Re: cotswolds

Post by Glenda » 17 Apr 2014, 20:51

Awning are definitely a recipe for d.i.v.o.r.c.e. !!

Kathy's got the right idea... go for a lovely walk with the dogs. Have a lovely time :D :D
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Re: cotswolds

Post by BEE BEE » 18 Apr 2014, 20:02

molsp wrote:We are off to Bourton-on-the-Water this weekend in the motorhome - its adults and dogs only ......perrfick!

Fingers crossed we can get the blooming awning up without it degenerating into a domestic, like it did last weekend :lol: :lol: :lol: .
mmm awnings argument in a bag :lol: :lol: That's what hubby and I call them. Not telling you how to suck eggs but easier if you number the poles or put coloured tape on them to mark what goes to what.
Hope you have a good time.
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molsp
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Post by molsp » 20 Apr 2014, 22:10

Home earlier today. Trip was a great success, awning was a great success, weather was brilliant Friday and Saturday but yuk today so we came back a day early. Bourton on the water is beautiful so pretty and so incredibly popular drover of tourists roaming the streets in packs.
Oscar2011 wrote: thinks there is a famous model village there, has stood on that spot for many years, only now I fear it's days are numbered, just had a vision of it being trampled all over by dood
We tried but unfortunately dogs not allowed :(

We did however take them to Birdland and Lola, bless her was really quite nervous, especially of going over several small bridges across a fast running stream/river. :shock: I managed to coax her over all but the last, which also had a topping of chicken wire. I had to carry her over in the end - didn't half get some funny looks :lol: :lol: :lol:
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