Leaving the Slanj this morning, I stopped counting at fifteen Italian plated MH running in convoy, they were heading towards the rest and be thankful. You wonder why they do this, they must know this causes problems?
Maybe it's an Italian thing. I remember checking into a small site in the Netherlands. They said to me "You can stay, but it's full.". The place looked empty. ?Leaving the Slanj this morning, I stopped counting at fifteen Italian plated MH running in convoy, they were heading towards the rest and be thankful. You wonder why they do this, they must know this causes problems?
Did the guy in front have a yellow T shirt on by any chance??Forget the Motorhomes, what about selfish bike riders in France taking up the roads by riding in big groups?
I was watching the TV yesterday and a traffic report (I think?) came on showing about 100 or more cyclists, all riding together, taking both sides of the road as well and plain ignoring the cars behind them! (even though those cars must have been bikers as well as they had bikes on racks on the roof).
And what's more, even though they did have helmets on, I couldn't see a single bell on the handlebars of any of the bikes. Totally disgraceful I call it!
Wully, Gordo gave me a wee tip to take some other route to your gaff, he said just follow the empty Buckfast bottles, and sure enough, got there without having to use satnav.Terry bet you took the long way home up through fort William across the pass and down the A9 before you’re drive through Glasgow twice in the one week.??
Aye, spot on mate, but hey, listen to this, all going well after our nest trip over (survived Clydebank twice) B's surgeon is French, yae couldnae make this up......lol.Terry that hospital as you said is great they are realy on the ball and get great results they deal with stuff quickly and efficiently it maybe a good thing that they need you to come back quickly